Whiskas Anti Hairball Adult Cat Treats
These Whiskas anti hairball treats are not just tasty snacks for your cat – they'll help to keep uncomfortable hairballs at bay too.
What it's for
If there's one thing cats are well known for (apart from their curiosity), it's hairballs. Your moggy loves to groom and clean, but as they do so they pick up loose hairs on their tongue. These hairs can then get stuck in their system, on the way to their tummy. As hairballs can't be digested, your cat will often retch or be sick to get rid of them, but this can be uncomfortable for them.
Hairballs aren't serious, and cats will generally eventually get them out, but you should always speak to your vet if you're concerned, or need some advice.
- high-quality chicken for a great taste
- crunchy outside, soft in the middle
- light on calories – only two calories per treat
- can help lower hairball build-up by up to 66%.
How it works
Hairballs aren't great news for your cat – they will often end up having to be sick to get rid of them. They're also totally normal, but if your little buddy grooms often, they might get more hairballs than normal.
These Whiskas anti hairball treats are packed with a carefully chosen blend of fibres. This actively helps to dislodge and prevent hairball build-up by up to 66%. The biscuits are also full of vitamins and minerals that give your moggy's immune system a boost. Feeding them up to ten a day can make a real difference, and, as you can give them a lot of these treats per day, they're light on calories to keep weight gain down.
Cereals, Meat and Animal Derivatives (including 4% Chicken),Oils and Fats,Derivatives of Vegetable Origin,Minerals, Milk and Milk Derivatives
Feed up to 10 pieces per day. Use within 4 weeks of opening.
Fresh drinking water should always be available.
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too tough for my older catI dont know if these treats work against hair balls or not - as my cat didnt like them. She is an older cat who has some dental issues and she started to chew them and left them. She did however eat a cheaper shops own brand, so maybe these biscuits are harder to crunch.
Cat liked themCat likes them and not brought up a hairball since having them so canâ€™t complain.
hairbalmy cat is now eating much better thank you
I had real problems with hairball problems until I found these. My fussy Ragdoll has 8 each day, and while we still have the occasional problem these have made a real difference to his life.
Owned by two rather finicky nearly eight month old fluffits, I didn't think they would like these. However can't keep the little devils away from the packs. Like Helen I have had to resort to a kitty proof (I hope) container before they scoff the lot.