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Friskies Cat Treats Tender Hairball Remedy with Chicken, 3-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 10)

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  • Contains 10 packets of cat treats 3 ounce each(totally 30 ounces)
  • Each tender morsel helps prevent hairballs from forming
  • Eliminate existing hairballs in cat's digestive tract
  • Each 1 g piece contains 90 mg of petrolatum
  • Made With Real Chicken

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Product Description

The Friskies cat treats tender hairball remedy with chicken, 3 ounce pouches (pack of 10) is a tasty way to help prevent and eliminate hairballs. Friskies tender hairball remedy uses the great taste of real chicken to help your cat actually enjoy controlling hairballs.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B0012KH0H8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,422 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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By J. Woodfield on January 19, 2010
My cat takes two types of heart medication; one is a small pill and the other is made up of divided granules from a human-sized capsule. I am always on the lookout for soft, pliable treats in which to insert her meds. Until I had picked up a bag of these treats, I had been using Whisker Lickins Tender Moments treats. However, those can get dried out by the time you get to the last half to third of the bag, rendering them useless for the pills. These are very soft, and while they're more expensive than other low-end brands, they stay fairly soft, even down to the last one. They're also much less expensive than Pill Pockets and can be bought in more retail outlets. The extra benefit of helping with hairballs is yet another plus!
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By E. Lucas on September 4, 2009
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The treats came in a brownish/yellowish package rather than the blue/green color displayed, but though a different color package, the treats are the same as what I had before (in the blue/green pkg). Being I was getting a package of 10 bags, I was hoping the expiration date was far out and it was (June 2010) so am very happy. These particular treats (Friskie soft/tender chicken) have become just about impossible to find in stores anymore so was thrilled to find them online.
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These things REALLY work! I bought these based on all the positive reviews as a desperate attempt to find something that would stop our female tabby from throwing up 2-3 times a day, every time she ate. I've been giving both our cats 3 a day (less than the "treament" amount but more than the "maintenance" amount), and in the past month, the tabby has thrown up maybe 2 or 3 times total. Our boy cat, who had hairballs more rarely (maybe one every other week), hasn't had a single one since they started getting these. And they absolutely LOVE them! They're moist and chewy, and I've been able to train them both to sit up on their back feet on command for these treats. I hadn't held out much hope for these since we'd already tried Petromalt and had switched them to expensive hairball formula cat food, but I was definitely surprised at how well they work. Go for Subscribe & Save to save some money -- a box of 10 packs every 6 months is just about perfect, and if you wind up with too many, you can always skip or delay a shipment.
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Highway robbery! Apparently Friskies no longer makes this treat which our cat loves. Somehow Amazon got ahold of some of the last of these treats manufactured and CHARGED OVER TRIPLE THE PRICE from last year. We have an older cat that loves them so we purchased a 10 pack case as we are not sure how long he will be with us. I guess that is why they call it Capitalism!
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I have a Persian who, god bless her, she yaks one to several hairballs up on a daily basis. I have tried every single version of the hairball ointments and she absolutely hated them; some of them appeared to make her feel more nauseated. I tried all varieties of hairball control cat food and she either hated it or it just wouldn't work. It's also important to know that I am not someone who coddles their cat, I would wrap her in a towel and attempt to force-feed her that hairball ointment. I was that desperate and my own blood was shed in the wars.

Several months ago, I saw some rave reviews for this product and held off from buying it given all my experience in "hairball remedy" claims. Finally, after being tired of scratches and evil glares, and after yet another night of hearing her hacking around 4am (right on cue!) I just gave in and ordered it.

It's now 2-3 months later that I'm writing this review. I have submitted an updated picture of the packaging since the current one that is advertised is not the current packaging.

STRAIGHT TO THE POINT: THESE THINGS WORK (and god bless my arms, she loves them!). Honestly I was baffled! As a human being, I was not aware I could be so ecstatic over a cat product.

I gave my cat 6 treats daily, for two weeks, to start her out. I could swear that they worked immediately because I did not see a hairball for weeks (read on for why they came back). After the two weeks, as directed on the packaging, I started to cut back. I went to 2-4 treats daily. That lasted about a week or two and then I started hearing her hack again in the middle of the night. However, it's important to note that the only thing she did manage to yak up was the bile, there wasn't a hairball to be found.
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Recently hairballs have become a significant problem for my cat, caused I suspect, by excess shedding due to the sudden extreme heat we are experiencing. I found these Hairball Remedy treats on Amazon and was excited to read the high number of positive reviews. Seeing that they only came in a pack of ten, I tried to find them in a store first; however, unable to find them in several local stores, I ordered the pack of ten. My mistake, given that my cat refuses to eat them.

The first day I pulled three out of the pack and tried to feed them to him like I would a treat, and he sniffed at them, but walked away. I thought maybe there were too big so I pulled them apart into pieces and tried again, but he only licked at them, then walked away. I then left three fresh ones by his food and water bowl, and they were still there, hours later. I finally crumbled them on top of his food bowl and the poor little guy didn't eat any food until I dumped the bowl and put in fresh food.

I don't want to say the product is faulty; they seem fresh and smell tasty enough (like a jerky), and feel "squishy" coming out of the pack (they definitely got hard, left out for a few hours), but I can't speak of the effectiveness, since it has been several days of trying and I still can't get him to eat any. I will say that my cat is unusual, in that, he does prefer dry food over wet food. I faithfully put out both wet and dry food daily, but he eats very little of the wet, so I probably should have guessed this wouldn't be something my cat would eat.

I'll keep trying, and update if anything changes, but for now, I'm disappointed because I really wanted this to be the solution.
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