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Hill's Science Diet Adult Perfect Weight Chicken Cat Food 85g

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SKU
I247719
Pet
Cat
Life Stage
Adult
Health and Wellbeing
WEIGHT CONTROL
Benefits
Hill's Science Diet Feline Adult Perfect Weight, breakthrough nutrition to help cats achieve & maintain a healthy weight Key Benefits: - Breakthrough nutrition to help cats achieve & maintain a healthy weight - Ideal for multi-cat households with cats of different breeds & weights
Care instructions
Please see packaging for feeding instructions. The amount needed may vary depending on age, activity and temperament. If you are unsure, ask your veterinarian.
Health Needs
Weight Loss
Breed specific
All
Food Type
Wet
Wet Food Type
Pouches
Description
With high quality, easy to digest ingredients, antioxidants and Hill's Science Diet cat pouches are sure to please.
Ingredients
Chicken (27%), pork, cellulose, tapioca starch, corn starch, trace elements, dried egg white, wheat flour, tomato pomace, pea protein, dextrose, vitamins, coconut oil, flaxseed, dried carrots, dried pork protein. Coloured with natural caramel.
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