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It seems to best work after a teeth cleaning. And use at least twice a day or you will not see much benefit.
It is hard to be patient working with a cat to get use to teeth brushing. We need videos of this, There are dozens of videos on how to brush, but not the steps on getting a cat used to thorough brushing 2x a day.
You have to gradually introduce that, both the brush and the tooth paste, it seems. I start off with the Oral Gel, and then introduce them to the toothpaste - using it like the Oral Gel Entirely Pets sell - just placing it along the gums, and the introduce them to the brushing.
Once they know the routine and go along, it is really fast, but that will take a month or two.
I have outdoor/indoor cats. I believe they resist more than indoor cats would.
However, I wish they would sell the toothbrushes by themselves. Right now the only option is to buy the brush bundled with either a large tube or a sample packet of toothpaste.
So it would be nice if the feline brushes could be sold individually or in multiples. Like people toothbrushes, you want to replace them over time.