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Hey Guys

I know this may be a strange question on this site but my kitties seem to eat fuzz, dust or anything else they can. I am diligent about keeping thing as clean as possible but they will pull a fluff off the bath mat and eat it. I have been giving them some laxatone every few days because i am worried things could get stuck. Has anyone else used it? Anything that is bad about it? They seem to really like it and I just worry something is going to get stuck.

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I have never used it, but Gummi does that too, she has pooped strings before:Surprise:
 

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I have used it with haired cats and it worked fine. Just keep an eye on any allergic reactions.:ThumbsUp:
 

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I have never used it, but Gummi does that too, she has pooped strings before:Surprise:
Pooped strings? Hahahha, that sounds like something Butterball would do. I haven't noticed anything unusual in Ball's poop but he's pretty diligent about covering it up. He likes fuzz too. He's been really big into bugs lately. I might find a june bug skeleton in his poop pretty soon.
 

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The vet gave it to us when Athena ate the turkey bone to help her pass it without getting stuck, it worked good but I think on a regular basis it would cause some yucky runny poop.
 

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I used laxatone when I had Maine Coons too. The sphynx also got it because they spent a lot of time grooming the MCs and they'd spit up hairballs. But I quit using it when the last MC died. I see no reason to give it to hairless cats unless they're exposed to hairy critters and regularly groom them.
 
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