Trixie | 貓貓吐毛膏 100g
Trixie | 貓貓吐毛膏 100g

Trixie | Cat Feline spit cream 100g

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Trixie's Feline Spit Cream helps push ingested hair into the digestive tract to enable the intestines function smoothly.

A convenient paste to relieve symptoms of cat hairballs and mild constipation.

2 flavors :
1. Cheese flavour, the fragrant cheese flavour is suitable for mixing with any food.
2. Malt, grass and taurine flavour to improve vision and prevent deficiency symptoms.

More suitable for cats and kittens of any age.

Weight: 15g

Trixie is from Germany
The brand was founded in 1974
Supplies more than 6500 kinds of pet products
Provides a variety of products
Meets the needs of different pets
Adheres to the simplicity of German cultural product design
Focuses on practicality and take into account the needs of nice appearance and durability
Environmental protection is also a key brand concept of Trixie
In addition to it's business operations, Trixie hopes to do make contributions to save the earth

RUFF & FETCH SHIPPING♡ Will arrive within 2 - 5 business days from the ship date.

Chewing snacks Please be careful of sharp parts (if any) when opening the package;
This product is not a staple food, pets should be fed in moderation;
Please store the product in a dry place not higher than 20°C and out of reach of children
After unpacking, it is recommended to seal it well and put it in an environment not higher than 4°C. Please eat it as soon as possible and check the product status before each feeding to determine whether it is suitable for feeding;
This product will be consumed with use, and the consumption time varies from person to person. To avoid accidental swallowing, please note that when the remaining product is too small, please do not let pets continue to eat it;
Please allow pets to eat under proper guidance and accompaniment;
Please assess the risks yourself before use, and consult your veterinarian if in any doubt.