Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Laxanip For Cats Reviewed

When Kitty Struggles With Elimination

Laxanip works well for your cat when struggling with hairball elimination or if he or she has a constipation problem. Our older cat has begun to have some issues with relieving her bowels. So, I have begun giving her this product with her meals. 

I know this is a bit of a yucky topic but when your feline companion struggles you want to do something to relieve their discomfort. Laxanip is easy to use and has helped our cat with her problem. She is an icky, picky little thing when it comes to eating but she does not seem to mind having this added to her food bowl. 

The first time I added a little squeeze of this to her food, I held my breath. I didn't notice any sort of smell at all but I don't have the enhanced ability of smelling that a cat does. She sniffed around the food and the bowl, turned and looked at me and then started licking the product. I was relieved! She was going to eat it! It probably helps that this hairball/constipation remedy has catnip in it. She does love her catnip!

It took about a week before I noticed that her stools didn't look as hard and she wasn't yowling when she used the litter box. She seems to be feeling some relief and I am so thrilled that I was able to offer her some comfort.

The substance is pretty thick and a little hard to squeeze out of the tube but it isn't too awfully bad on that count. The ingredients are not anything that will hurt you or your feline. Petroleum, corn syrup, malt syrup, molasses, soybean oil, mineral oil and catnip. It must taste pretty sweet but I am not going to taste it to find out! She seems to like it and it does appear to be working and that is what matters.

So, if you have a cat or cats that seem to have a problem getting rid of their hairballs or are struggling in the litter box; try some of this Laxanip for cats. I think you will be pleased with the results and your cat will feel better. 



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6 comments:

  1. Well, I never knew there was a laxative or stool softener for cats. Glad to hear the product is working well for your cat, Beverly.

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  2. Good to know! My grandkitties are getting older along with the rest of us. I will certainly make sure my daughter knows about Laxanip. Definitely sounds like an easy solution to a common problem.

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  3. Oh what a timely article. I have two grand cats, and one of them will get this treatment for sure. Hopefully it won't affect the other one too badly. In the meantime, I'm sure the one that needs it will be happy.

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  4. I love that you take such good care of your animals. Thanks for alerting me to this product. I'm sure one of my cats will need this kind of treatment and assistance at some point. I like to stay informed when it comes to providing comfort to my four-legged family members.

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  5. I don't currently have any kitties, but I sure wish I'd known about this when I did have them. Sounds like a wonderful product for constipated kitties.

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  6. So far Mittens has not had hairballs. But I've pinned this so I can find it again if she starts to have hairball issues. Thank you for the information.

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