Katalax Hairball Treatment
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have you tried you cat on raw food, i really cant recommend feeding raw enough. mine suffered with diarrhea but it stopped once she was on raw food.
Katalax for Cats (Hairballs/Furballs) - VioVet
For adult cats squeeze one inch of paste from the tube and administer once or twice daily/For kittens administer half an inch of paste once or twice daily. Katalax Tube Cat Laxative Paste is a palatable combination of white soft paraffin; cod liver oil and malt extract.
Pain tends to go under-diagnosed in cats, particularly in seniors. Arthritis or anal gland issues can both lead to difficulty passing feces and an aversion developing. The key here is in recognizing the pain and treating it. This can mean medicine such as pain relief and anti inflammatories. Senior cats should use large trays with low lips, which are easier for them to posture in. He might be constipated, yes, I know he has diarrhea but, what happens in this case is runny faeces bypasses the hard stool making it appear as if there is diarrhea. It can be serious if not dealt with so Katalax is not a bad suggestion. If the Katalax or other malt paste doesn't shift anything, you need to go and find another vet, one that will give an enema (a micralax enema - only to be administered by a vet, not at home). If it continues after that you would be looking at sedation and a wash out.
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Allergies/Toxicity: Katalox has been reported to cause respiratory irritation in some individuals. See the articles Wood Allergies and Toxicity and Wood Dust Safety for more information. A palatable blend of white soft paraffin, cod liver oil and malt extract that aids in the elimination of hairballs in cats.
Sustainability: This wood species is not listed in the CITES Appendices or on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Dr Linda Simon is a veterinary surgeon (MVB MRCVS) with over 10 years of experience, and a member of the British Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.