Helps cats digest hairballs quickly. Appealing tuna flavor, cats will think it’s a treat. Easy to apply safely and smoothly to nose or paws. Available in 2.5- or 4.25-ounce tubes. Safe for daily consumption.
Tube should be stored upside down to avoid leakage.
Contains a mix of natural herbs that assist with smooth hairball digestion. Tablets are chewable and can be easily divided into smaller pieces. Can be mixed into food, or given as a “treat”. Has appealing flavor. Sits at a quality price point.
When split in half or crushed, tablets have a strong scent.
Makes hairballs easier to digest after just a few doses. Contains ingredients that slow excessive shedding and keep skin hydrated. Delicious chicken flavor. Thick paste-like gel is easy to apply.
Product has a lengthy ingredient list.
Available in 30- or 160-count bottles. Contains essential fatty acids that encourage healthy skin and hair. Includes cranberry powder for urinary health. Noticeable reduction in hairballs after 2-3 days. Appealing chicken liver flavor.
Requires giving 4 tablets, twice daily for effective hairball reduction.
Available in 2.5- or 4.25-ounce tubes. Delicious tuna flavor. Fast-acting results. Reduces vomiting caused by hairballs after just a few doses. Safe for regular preventative consumption. A little gel goes a long way.
Gel is quite runny, making it tough to apply without a mess.
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Whether you have a short or long haired cat, at some point you’ve witnessed them hack up a hairball. Not only are these hairballs a mess to clean up, they can also cause a number of health issues within your feline friend. So, keep them (and your carpets) safe by using a preventative hairball supplement. Typically these supplements come in the form of edible hairball gels or chewable tablets. With a gel, you’ll want to apply the product to your cats nose or paw so they can easily lick it off. Whereas a tablet can be given like a treat, or crushed and mixed into food.