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Hill's Science Diet Adult Hairball Control Chicken Recipe Dry Cat Food 2kg Bag
- Dry kibble food made with natural fibres to comfortably reduce hairballs in adult cats
- Packed with vitamin E plus omega-3s & -6s to give your adult cat healthy skin & fur
- High-quality protein to help your grown cat build and maintain lean muscles
- Made with natural ingredients
- Made in the USA with global ingredients you can trust
Style: Adult Dry | Chicken | Size: 2kg
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No one likes hairballs – especially your cat. That's why Hill's™ Science Diet™ Hairball Control Adult dry cat food provides nutrition to help avoid hairball formation for grown cats. This pet food made with natural ingredients nourishes your cat's skin with omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, while the high-quality protein supports the maintenance of lean muscles. The natural fibres are easy to digest, and work to comfortably reduce your adult cat's hairball issues.
From the manufacturer
Every bag of Science Diet uses leading edge science for lifelong health
Cutting-edge food science provides the taste and nutrition your pet needs.
Every recipe is formulated to give pets what they need — and nothing they don’t.
We only accept ingredients from suppliers who meet stringent quality standards.
Chicken, Whole Grain Wheat, Corn Gluten Meal, Pork Fat, Powdered Cellulose, Chicken Meal, Dried Beet Pulp, Wheat Gluten, Chicken Liver Flavor, Soybean Oil, Lactic Acid, Fish Oil, Choline Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Sulfate, L-Lysine, vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (source of Vitamin C), Niacin Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin A Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement), Taurine, Iodized Salt, L-Carnitine, minerals (Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Manganous Oxide, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite), Mixed Tocopherols for freshness, Natural Flavors, Green Peas, Apples, Cranberries, Carrots, Broccoli, Beta-Carotene.
Feed according to the guidelines printed on packaging. For more information, visit hillspet.com.au
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I have given a lower rating because my cats don't touch the food at all.
While this could be an individual preference at least one of my cats (and I have three), would eat a new cat food happily.
But none of them will touch this food- not sure why because it seems to be of a good quality.
Arden Grange is another Brand they won't touch.
In fact, even the couple of stray cats and dogs in my building won't eat the food- so its just lying there now.
Unfortunately, none of these brands sell food in sample-size packs (some sell 500gm packs).
So you end up spending huge amounts of money on experimenting which cat food will work.
I don't like to be stuck to a particular brand. In case it becomes unavailable at some point of time, the cats will go hungry. Its why I try different products.
I always use Farmina Grain-Free Cat Food and sometimes their Matttise product as well.
Royal Canin works sometimes but something's changed about it and the quality has definitely deteriorated over the last couple of years.
In addition to hair balls, my long haired cat has had severe problems with constipation and dehydration that have led to two vet visits where they had to perform an enema and give her an IV.
After the first vet visit, the vet recommended that we pay $500 for an ultrasound to see if she had some type of digestive disease since the bloodwork came back negative. However, the second vet (at the emergency clinic) thought she just wasn’t getting enough water, so he told us to remove dry food from her diet and replace it with low carb, all meat wet food with no extras, like the gravy that comes in some wet food.
We have not had any more issues with vomitting or emergency vet visits since we started feeding our cats this wet food two times a day. We open two cans in the morning, and store them in the fridge until dinner time, when they finish the rest. We leave a tiny bit of hairball control dry food out while we are at work for them to snack on. Sometimes I give them a third can at night depending on if they still seem hungry.
It’s only been two months since our last vet scare, but it seems like this food has helped. Both of our cats have MUCH better fur that looks so much healthier, and I am happy to report that our litter box has more poop in it (which is something monitor after the constipation scares).
This cat food is expensive (I’m now spending at least $100 on cat food a month when you take into consideration the dry food), but honestly it is worth it if your cat has a history like ours.
I just signed up for "subscribe and save" because after six weeks of use the vomiting is 95% controlled and our older cat (who eats a larger portion) is noticeably friskier and happier. All three cats also eat small amounts of Iams ProActive Health Active Maturity Hairball Care dry food which I buy from the grocery store because the price is better.
Mainly, I'm happy with it because she seems to like it, and didn't like anything else. Yes, I've tried them all -- the Purina stuff was the worst.