Part of their healthy diet along with felix agail.
Hilla hairball chicken dry mix. Our cats love it so it works for me. Seems to do the job of keeping them hairball free too.
Fur ball & weight control in one. Hill’s products are excellent. My cat suffers really badly with fur balls. When feed this product for grassing & one wet pouch per day, she rarely has a problem, compared to daily occurrence. In my opinion it well worth the extra compared with a cheeper supermarket brand. Additionally i struggle to find this product in either, 2x supermarket, garden centre, pet shop or feed store, so amazon subscribe is excellent. Here are the specifications for the Hill’s Science Plan Hill’s Cat Food Hairball Control Senior Chicken Dry Mix 1:
- For adult cats 7 years and over
- Natural fibre technology
- Reduced shedding
- Urinary health
- High quality ingredients
Food was sent on time and a fairly decent price. Only annoyance was the top of the bag had been stuck down to the main body of the bag with brown tape, i’m assuming for easier packaging but it just ended up being sticky and messy for no reason.
My cat has very long hair and this seems to really work and she really likes it. Much better price here than in store or the vets.
Reviews from purchasers :
- Would buy again.
- Popular choice with the cats
- a good product that works
Approved by the world’s most pernickety cat. Am astonished and impressed that our senior – and very contrary – cat continues to eat these where all other brands have been 2-day wonders that inevitably ended up as gifts to our friends’ cats. Fussy is not the word for him. not sure exactly how it controls his hairballs, but i must admit i seem to be scraping less of the blessed things off the rug/carpet/windowsill (or where ever else he decides to leave them for me) these days, and far less frequently than before. If only they could manufacture something that would control the cat as well as the hairballs. Senior hairbrain control would fit the bill perfectly.
Doesn’t do anything for hairballs.