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I have an indoor long-haired cat. I give her these mixed in with her dry food at dinner time. She eats them up happily. She wouldn't eat any type of hairball treatment in a paste form, but eating malt bits she doesn't suffer from hairballs anymore. Happy cat = happy Mum!
Both our cats are real indoor cats and usually throw up any cat grass I try and feed them. They won't touch malt in tablet form, but I only have to rustle this package and they come running to get their daily serving. They find them delicious.
A massive hit with out British Short Hair. He loves the taste! Great as a little treat.
As soon as I pick up the bag, our cat goes crazy and can't wait to be fed these tasty treats.
Very good cat treats for our problematic hairball puking cats... They normally refuse to eat other anti hairball treats but they really like these and haven't been sick since. Very good product and very happy owners.
Despite having read reviews that 2 or 3 daily do the trick, I took it upon myself to translate the German instructions which stated 'between 5 and 10 daily'. Now Polo pusscat was having such a hard time with his hairballs that I thought I'd give him 5 in the morning and 5 in the evening. It was really doing the trick until he hit his tolerance one day and pooped all over himself. I assume the malt acts as a mild laxative, which is what caused the poopy episode. I stopped using them immediately, waited for his tummy to recover and then tried giving him just one every other day but I had blown it. Polo can no longer handle these malt bits. I have started mixing psyllium into his food to firm up his poops again. The malt bits are excellent but do go easy on them. A little does the trick.
I rescue elderly long haired cats, and one of the ongoing problems I have is the vomiting of hairballs. So far, the two culprits haven't thrown up and love these treats!
I have tried all kinds of treats but these and Thrive 100% meat/fish ones are the only ones she likes. These bulk bags are much more economical as I can only find 35g bags in Pet Shops and they cost around £1.20 (She refuses Dreamies, Webbox, Nature's menu etc)
My cat loves these and that's quite rare as she's rather fussy- she won't touch Dreamies. She loves these so much I managed to teach her some tricks. I have noticed that she has produced less hairballs since giving her 2 or 3 of these a day.
My two five month old kittens loved these so much that they climbed on to the shelf, stole the packet and ate the lot - don't worry, it only had a handful left in it thank goodness! But they are a winner with my naughty two furbabies. Now the packet goes in the cupboard at all times!
My cat's aren't usually fussed with anything unless it's raw chicken or mince, so i got them these to up their vitamin intake. Well they love them, noses sniffing the air when i open the packet up and searching for more when they're all gone. I'll continue to buy these, as it's good to get more vitamins in them, in a treat they love.
She's not interested in anything else now and NO hairballs since she started on them! A huge success!
My Ragdoll Ollie loves these malt bits, he'll scamper when i open it and will do his adorable tricks like shaking paw or rolling over for them awww... :o) On a more serious note, since he's had them (over 7mths now) he's not coughed up a single fur ball! the star! I'm ordering more today - they last for ages so i feel they're great value!
My Ragdoll Ollie loves these vit-bits, he'll also scamper when i open it (just like the malt ones from Beaphar) and will do his adorable tricks like shaking paw or rolling over for them awww... :o) On a more serious note, since he's had them (over 6mths now) he has a snuggly coat, robust and healthy appearance! the star! I'm ordering more today - they last for ages so i feel they're great value!