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Old October 4th 09, 12:29 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
ensoul[_2_]
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Default won't take hairball onitment

yes pit in small amnt of their canned food, now Rudy will just take
from my hand or spoon Moe hates it, Laxatone
is thier any other way than rubbing into their fur? it's hard to hold
them down cuz big guys

I really do appreciate all replies

ensoul

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Old October 4th 09, 03:43 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
Jack the Rippa'
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Default won't take hairball onitment

I put a blob of it on the back of one of their front paws and they lick
it off alright. As is their nature, they clean it right up. Easy and
quick hairball treatment.
Terry

ensoul wrote:
yes pit in small amnt of their canned food, now Rudy will just take
from my hand or spoon Moe hates it, Laxatone
is thier any other way than rubbing into their fur? it's hard to hold
them down cuz big guys

I really do appreciate all replies

ensoul

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Old October 4th 09, 04:42 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
Petzl
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Default won't take hairball onitment

On Sat, 3 Oct 2009 16:29:55 -0700 (PDT), ensoul
wrote:

yes pit in small amnt of their canned food, now Rudy will just take
from my hand or spoon Moe hates it, Laxatone
is thier any other way than rubbing into their fur? it's hard to hold
them down cuz big guys

I really do appreciate all replies

ensoul


I have found plain yogurt (if cat will eat it) is a good natural purge
some cats love it. Too much is not good for cats teeth but is good for
digestive flora
Same for you

Petzl
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Old October 4th 09, 06:54 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
ensoul[_2_]
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On Oct 3, 10:43*pm, Jack the Rippa'
wrote:
I put a blob of it on the back of one of their front paws and they lick
it off alright. As is their nature, they clean it right up. Easy and
quick hairball treatment.
Terry



ensoul wrote:
yes pit in small amnt of their canned food, now Rudy will just take
from my hand or spoon Moe hates it, Laxatone
is thier any other way than rubbing into their fur? it's hard to hold
them down cuz big guys


I really do appreciate all replies


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thanks, Terry
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Old October 4th 09, 06:55 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
ensoul[_2_]
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On Oct 3, 7:29*pm, ensoul wrote:
yes pit in small amnt of their canned food, now Rudy will just take
from my hand or spoon Moe hates it, Laxatone
is thier any other way than rubbing into their fur? it's hard to hold
them down cuz big guys

I really do appreciate all replies

ensoul


oops sorry about all the typos can ya tell I was very tired when I
typed the above

ensoul
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Old October 4th 09, 06:58 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
ensoul[_2_]
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On Oct 3, 11:42*pm, Petzl wrote:
On Sat, 3 Oct 2009 16:29:55 -0700 (PDT), ensoul
wrote:

yes pit in small amnt of their canned food, now Rudy will just take
from my hand or spoon Moe hates it, Laxatone
is thier any other way than rubbing into their fur? it's hard to hold
them down cuz big guys


I really do appreciate all replies


ensoul


I have found plain yogurt (if cat will eat it) is a good natural purge
some cats love it. Too much is not good for cats teeth but is good for
digestive flora
Same for you

Petzl


my guys love yogurt and I always have it the house for myself nest I
go to the store I'll pick up so plain type, many thanks Petzl!

ensoul
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Old October 5th 09, 03:05 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
Petzl
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Default won't take hairball onitment

On Sun, 4 Oct 2009 10:58:33 -0700 (PDT), ensoul
wrote:

I have found plain yogurt (if cat will eat it) is a good natural purge
some cats love it. Too much is not good for cats teeth but is good for
digestive flora
Same for you

Petzl


my guys love yogurt and I always have it the house for myself nest I
go to the store I'll pick up so plain type, many thanks Petzl!

ensoul


If you wish to sweeten yours canned fruit and nuts, even Jelly
(Australia= Jam). Also try the high fat European/Greek yogurt
IMO better taste, good spread on toast and "jelly" with coffee. Still
contains digestive Flora for you and clan

Petzl
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Old October 5th 09, 02:42 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
Rene S
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Default won't take hairball onitment

Have you tried plain petroleum jelly? Some cats like the taste of that
(and it's the main ingredient in hairball remedies).
 




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