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Cats spend 30% of their time grooming, with up to two thirds of hair they shed being swallowed during grooming sessions. This can lead to hairballs in the digestive tract. Royal Canin Hairball Care is formulated with an exclusive blend of fibres including psyllium (rich in mucilage) and insoluble fibres. This means hair swallowed can be eliminated naturally instead of collecting in the stomach and being regurgitated. Formulated with a balance of minerals to help maintain the health of urinary tract of an adult cat.
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  • Additional Information

    • Advice Care
      Remember to have clean, fresh water available for your cat at all times.
    • Benefits
      The combined supply of psyllium, rich in mucilage, and micronised fibres stimulates intestinal transit: instead of collecting in the stomach and being vomited, the hair is eliminated regularly in the faeces.
    • Health Condition Dietary
      For adult cats (1-7 years old) prone to hairballs.
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    • Ingredients
      dehydrated poultry protein, vegetable protein isolate*, maize, vegetable fibres, rice, animal fats, hydrolysed animal proteins, wheat, maize flour, maize gluten, beet pulp, yeasts, minerals, soya oil, fish oil, fructo-oligo-saccharides, psyllium husks and seeds (0.5%). ADDITIVES (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 24000 IU, Vitamin D3: 900 IU, E1 (Iron): 30 mg, E2 (Iodine): 3 mg, E4 (Copper): 9 mg, E5 (Manganese): 39 mg, E6 (Zinc): 117 mg, E8 (Selenium): 0.05 mg - Preservatives - Antioxidants. ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS: Protein: 34% - Fat content: 15% - Crude ash: 6.9% - Crude fibres: 6.9% - Total dietary fibres: 15.1%. *L.I.P.: Protein selected for its very high assimilation.
    • Health Benefits
      Hairball Control
    • Life Stage
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    Customer Reviews(9)

    • Susan says... I have 2 ragdoll cats of these one has very long hair and was vomiting every couple of weeks. Since having both cats on this product, there has been significant improvement and they rarely vomit. So my cats and I are much happier.
    • Jade says... All 3 of my cats have beautiful glossy fur since being on Royal Canin. I switched all my cats to it as two have sensitive stomachs, with one of them getting toilet trouble on other brands. If I were to lose my job though I wouldn't be able to afford the premium pet food for all 3.
    • Lu says... I have a medium haired bitsa moggy and this is the only food she hasn't developed an allergy to (we have to keep rotating others because she reacts to the proteins after a while) and keeps her regular and upchuck free. Would like cheaper but worth it as is.
    • Erin says... I have a very long-haired Ragdoll who sheds like crazy - I have fed her this food for the past two years since she was a kitten and she has never coughed up a hairball! Absolutely amazing - Highly recommended, it's worth the price tag.
    • Andi says... I purchased this for my British because she was constipated. Meds from the vet, Metamucil and mashed pumpkin didn't work. I cant get the Fibre Intense in Australia and I assumed the Furball formula would work in the same way. She was back to normal within two days and I can't remember the last time she vomited. Pretty amazing stuff
    • Sepi says... Royal Canin is the only brand my 2 fussy Persian cats will eat and this is one of their favourite. I've tried all the Hill's prescriptions and Science Diets and so on but this is the only one they enjoy. It also has very little rubbish like corn and other fillers that are not good for cats. It's also helps with hairball problem so they get this mixed into the other Royal Canin varieties daily.
    • Emily says... My Ragdoll loves the Royal Canin Hairball biscuits. The 2kg bag lasts a long time and she doesn't beg for food, she feels satisfied. Haven't had any hairballs since we have been using this - over one year! I have tried other brands for hairballs but she likes this one the most.
    • Anne says... Our beautiful Maine Coon loves his Royal Canin dry food...with some much long hair the 'tumble weeds' across our floors is crazy...but surprisingly we only find a nasty surprise (hairball) every few weeks thanks to this dry food!
    • Linda says... My Ragdoll cat is 10 years old, and has suffered from copious amounts of hairballs his entire life. I decided to mix this food 50/50 with his Royal Canin Indoor formula, and the hair balls stopped straight away! He went from daily hairballs to one every 2-3 weeks. He also loves the taste. Its made a huge difference to his life and mine!

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