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Whiskas Anti Hairball Cat Treats with Chicken

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Whiskas anti hairball cat treats are a tasty snack that can help to eliminate hairballs from your cat's system. How it works  Hairballs are messy, unpleasant and can cause your cat serious...  Read more

Whiskas Anti Hairball Cat Treats with Chicken

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Whiskas anti hairball cat treats are a tasty snack that can help to eliminate hairballs from your cat's system.

How it works 

Hairballs are messy, unpleasant and can cause your cat serious discomfort if left untreated.

Whiskas anti hairball cat treats are specially formulated to help prevent hairballs, packed with ingredients that help to move hair along inside the intestine. These biscuits are crunchy on the outside and temptingly soft on the inside, encouraging your cat to snack. They're made with high-quality chicken pieces, so are super tasty too. At less than 2 Kcal per biscuit, these treats can be enjoyed as part of a balanced diet. 

Anti hairball cat treats use a special blend of fibres to reduce the buildup of hairballs by up to 66%. They’re enriched with vitamins and minerals to support your cat’s immune system – keeping them healthy and happy. 

Key benefits

  • can reduce hairballs by up to 66%
  • crunchy outside and soft inside
  • made with quality chicken
  • tasty flavour
  • less then 2 Kcal per biscuit.

When to use it 

Hairballs in cats are extremely common – it’s likely that if you own a cat, you’ll experience these slimy things at some point. When your cat grooms themselves, they collect loose hairs on their tongue. These hairs form balls that can’t be digested before they reach the gut, meaning they stick in the digestive tract, causing discomfort. 

If your cat wretches a lot or vomits bile, it could be a sign that they have a hairball. Treating your cat to around ten pieces of this snack daily can help to reduce the amount of hairballs that get stuck in their system. 

As it’s totally normal for cats to get hairballs, they will usually pass naturally (though with some discomfort). If your cat is struggling or you’re worried, seek advice from the vet. 


Cereals, Meat and Animal Derivatives (including 4% Chicken),Oils and Fats,Derivatives of Vegetable Origin,Minerals, Milk and Milk Derivatives

Feeding Guide

Recommended quantity/day:

Feed up to 10 pieces per day. Use within 4 weeks of opening.

Fresh drinking water should always be available.

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  • hairbal
    my cat is now eating much better thank you
    Anonymous November 9, 2017
  • 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.
    caroline - July 28, 2014
  • 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.
    Roz - December 3, 2012
  • I ordered these hairball treats thinking my cats would probably turn their noses up at them. Gobsmacked is the only word I can think of to descibe what happened when I opened them. My 13yr old and 4yr old cats wont eat anything that is good for them dentabits by whiskas no chance but these hairball treats they love them I had to put them in a sealed container as they were working as a team to get them open I have never seen my cats go so mad for anything TRY them out on your little kitties highly reccomend
    helen - May 1, 2011