| Review by | 2019-10-05
We've been dealing with a chronic upper respiratory infection with our cat for ALMOST A YEAR! We've tried everything you can imagine. When our vet suggested puffers, we were hesitant. We had been shoving pills and liquids down his throat twice a day for over 8 months. Hasn't the poor guy been thr...
Taught my cat to love it
| Review by | 2019-07-23
My cat asks for her medicine now. The blanket-wrap to "control" my Siamese's resistance was too much work. Putting a hand on her back on the bed was better. Then I had a brainstorm. I gave her the med, then placed the Aerokat on the bed in front of her and started scratching her back. N...
Life is Better
| Review by | 2019-06-09
I have a siamese that was diagnosed with asthma, treated with prednisolone oral and then switched to your AeroKat Inhaler and have been using it for 6 years, she accepts it well - following the instructions and it has made her life much better and I feel longer as she is now 17. She was diagnose...
| Review by | 2019-05-20
I have been using The Aerokat since 2009 and it's a wonderful product for dosing my cat's medication. Would like to know if you sell replacement masks and how much the cost is. Thanks in advance. __________________________ Hi Paulette - thanks for the feedback. Replacement Masks are a...
Asthma attacks no longer!
| Review by | 2019-02-25
When my vet said most cats will tolerate this treatment, I thought she was nuts. Mr. Henry is very difficult to medicate with pills, but she really pretty much insisted we try. I do have to hold him. I don’t think he will ever reach the acceptance others have experienced with their cats, but he d...
| Review by | 2018-10-29
My cat Mason developed Asthma and allergies before his first birthday. He took to this breathing apparatus the first time we used it. He has always been receptive to every challenge in his 3 years of life. Not only does he have asthma and allergies, but he has heart problems (two tears in his ...
| Review by | 2018-10-29
My cat Mason developed asthma and allergies before his first birthday. He took to this breathing apparatus the first time we used it. He has always been receptive to every challenge in his 3 years of life. Not only does he have asthma and allergies, he has heart problems (two tears in his hear...
Easier than giving a pill!
| Review by | 2018-10-12
Once I got my fur baby use to the inhaler, medicating his asthma is a breeze! Veterinarians should be including this as their first option to dealing with feline asthma and not the pills or steroid injection. I went thru three veterinarians before someone suggested this option.
Working fine since 2003 for Mimi
| Review by | 2018-08-30
I have been using the AeroKat with inhaled medication for my cat Mimi since the year 2003. - 15 years so far! - Mimi is 16 now; he is doing fine, and we'll hopefully keep using the AeroKat for many more years to come.
My cat loves it!
| Review by | 2018-07-19
This works fantastic and my cat Mitch is breathing normally again. He actually comes running when it is time to take his medication. I started with treats to get him used to the mask. It took about 2 weeks to get him accustomed to it, but it's way better than having him on oral steroids for the r...
| Review by | 2018-06-24
What a brilliant invention. My 3 yr old tuxedo cat was just diagnosed with asthma. His cough attacks were happening daily and nightly, and getting longer and longer in duration. Vet said on a scale of 1 to 10, he is a 7. He's had only a few doses of inhaled medicine so far and no cough attacks! M...
It's a wonderful product
| Review by | 2017-04-27
I love this product. The chamber is very easy to clean and my cat is comfortable with the mask. The one issue I have is that there is no way to purchase an adapter separately. The square adapter works for one medication, but I need a round adapter for others. I can't find a round adapter anywhere...
The AeroKat is working well!
| Review by | 2017-04-24
We are using the smaller mask for our cat. Though she doesn't like the treatment, it's easy to put the mask on her mouth and nose and then push the inhaler for the medication. The little "flipper" at the top of the chamber is great for making sure that she breathes in the medication a...