Hill's Science Diet Adult Hairball Control Light Dry Cat Food - Now Grain Free Senior Recipe Dry Cat Food
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Hill's Science Diet Adult Hairball Control Light Dry Cat Food
Now Grain Free Senior Recipe Dry Cat Food
For Adult Cats (1-6 years) Cats
Usage Hill's Science Diet Adult Hairball Control Light Dry Cat Food Usage Now Grain Free Senior Recipe Dry Cat Food Usage
  • For cats prone to hairballs
  • 14% fewer calories than original Adult Hairball Control
  • #1 ingredient is chicken
  • Natural fiber to comfortably reduce hairballs
  • No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives
  • Fresh butcher quality turkey meat
  • 100% render free (no rendered meat or oils)
  • Human grade goodness of wholesome ingredients
  • Suitable for adult, senior, and overweight cats
  • Fresh fruit and vegetables are substituted for grains and provide natural antioxidants
  • No meat meals, animal by-product meals, corn, wheat, rice, oats, barley or millet
  • Digestive enzymes help strengthen your cat's digestive and immune system
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