Our vet stopped supplying this product, but we have found it to be really excellent against hairballs and a dry food that the cats really enjoy eating. So pleased to have found another source.
After years of owning cats i’ve recently acquired a charming little rescue english short-hair cross with exceptionally fluffy but short fur. She moults, oh boy does she, and a side effect of her not being handled much is that though a real sweetie she’s nervous about being brushed, and washes with true passion when nervous. There were inevitable consequences to all this, and i have to say i spent a fair part of our early weeks cleaning up fluffy vomit. Whilst getting her used to being brushed, i’ve been trying the science diet and the hair balls have reduced substantially. The only reason it’s not a five is that she’s not terribly keen on the food and only eats it if convinced there’s nothing more exciting around.
My cat will only eat this make & variety, any other type is a waste of money, so i do not buy it. Here are the specifications for the Hill’s Science Plan Hill’s Cat Food Hairball Control Chicken Dry Mix 1:
- For adult cats 1 to 6 years
- Natural fibre technology
- Reduced shedding
- Urinary health
- High quality ingredients
Hills feline hairball control. My two cats love this food and never suffer with hairball problems. I mix it with other dry food and feed it to them year round.
My cat depends on it (as do i) she is medium hair length and since a kitten has suffered from fur balls. She has really chronic fur ball problem & this is the only successful solution (and i’ve tried many) i’ve found. Sometimes it means she brings them up (occasionally), but at least she can now, usually the biscuits help her pass the hair the other way.Either way it’s not causing her to be clogged up & in distress. Brushing her regularly is still important along side the diet.
Reviews from purchasers :
- I think it works.
- Highly recommended
- My cat seems to like this – but it does’t stop her donating large
Fantastic food my 4 cats love this food including the senior queen on her senior food. Cheaper than anywhere i can find.
My cat needs this to prevent him from ingesting his hair. Which i have had expensive bills at the vet for when it got stuck in his intestine. They need the fibre to move it through the digestive tract.