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Lax-a-Past Oral Paste for Cats

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Lax-A-Past is a highly palatable paste formulated to remove and reduce hairballs inside your cat or kitten.

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SKU
1527
Product Details

When cats groom themselves, many loose hairs are caught on the tongue and swallowed. This is more common in cats that don’t go outside often and therefore don’t have as many opportunities to lose hair naturally. Hair that doesn’t pass through the digestive tract can gather in hairballs, which can cause digestive problems, indicated by vomiting, a dry cough, and constipation.

Instructions

Easily administered by letting your cat lick the paste from your finger or the nozzle of the tube, Lax-A-Past will gently lubricate the digestive tract; dislodging already formed hairballs and reducing the chance of new ones from forming.

Preventing Hairballs:

  • Kittens (over 5 weeks old): 3-6mm of paste, once per week
  • Adult Cats: 6-13mm paste, once per week

Removing Hairballs:

  • Kittens (over 5 weeks old): 13mm of paste per day for 3 days
  • Adult Cats: 25mm paste per day for 3 days
Key Benefits
  • Delicious taste your cats will love
  • Removes and reduces hairballs
  • Easy to use
  • Suitable for adult cats and kittens over 5 weeks old
Ingredients
  • Product Composition
    Malt Syrup, White Vaseline, Glycerin, Chicken Liver, Arabic Gum, Caramel Colouring, Sorbic Acid, Propylparaben and Methylparaben as preservatives, Alpha-Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E).
Reviews (23)
4.8/5

What our vet says

What our vet says
"Hair balls are a problem for cats. Lax-a-Past works to stops them forming. You can use it on cats from 6 months old, and luckily, cats find it quite tasty so it's easy to administer. Our customers give it a big thumbs up. Choose to speed up delivery if you need it in a hurry."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)