A cat dedicates around 30% of its day to caring for its fur, removing dirt and any loose hairs. These can then collect in your cat’s stomach, either being digested or forming hairballs that are then regurgitated. This vomiting places strain on the digestive system and can cause a loss of nutrients, so it is healthier for the hairballs to be naturally removed through your cat’s stool. Royal Canin Hairball Care supports the digestive tract with an exclusive fibre mix of psyllium, rich in mucus substances, and insoluble fibres. Feeding your cat exclusively on this food can offer results in as little as 14 days, with double the amount of hair being excreted with stool. Your cat will quickly feel healthier and happier, and can resume its cleaning habits as usual! Royal Canin Hairball Care at a glance: High-quality dry food for adult cats Supports hair excretion Stimulates the digestive tract with the help of a special mix of fibres, doubling the amount of hair naturally excreted and with effects in just two weeks. Special, universal kibble shape The shape and size of this kibble has been developed to be ideal regardless of your cat’s breed, size and weight. Combats hairballs: which can lead to vomiting and loss of nutrients Special fibre mix: of psyllium and fibre to naturally stimulate the digestive tract High protein content: for a good supply of energy and building blocks for the body Adapted fat content: for a balanced level of nutrients Balanced mineral content: to support the digestive tract Royal Canin Quality Guarantee All Royal Canin products undergo strict quality controls, in order to ensure your cat receives a premium quality food adapted to meet its individual nutritional needs and specific lifestyle. This means that Royal Canin offers your cat high-quality, balanced nutrition. For more variety: other product options In order to meet the individual preferences of different cats, Royal Canin Hairball Care is also available in a wet food option in gravy. When choosing to feed a dry/wet combination, be sure to adapt the feeding recommendations to ensure your cat is receiving the right quantities of each kind of food.