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🌈 Spend Over $69 and Enjoy Free Metro Area Shipping | Order Below $69, Shipping Fee From $7.95 🌈
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Cat Hill's™ Science Diet™ Adult Hairball Control

Original price $54.99 - Original price $82.99
Original price
$54.99 - $82.99
Current price $54.99

Hill's Science Diet Hairball Control Adult dry cat food provides nutrition to help avoid hairball formation for cats.

  • Vitamin E, Omega-3s & -6s for beautiful skin & fur
  • High-quality protein for lean muscles
  • High quality chicken protein for a flavourful, nutritious meal


Additional info:

At Hill's, we have been studying nutrition to understand how natural fibre comfortably reduces hairballs in cats. 

Recommended for:

Adult cats 1 - 6 years of age prone to hairballs.

Not recommended for:

Kittens and pregnant or nursing cats. During pregnancy or nursing, cats should be switched to Hill’s Science Diet Kitten dry cat food.

We offer postage throughout Australia.

🌈 1):If you buy less than $69, we will charge $7.95 for shipping.


🌈 2):When you buy more than $69, you will get free postage.


🌈 3):If you are in a REMOTE AREA, your minimum shipping fee is $7.95, which is mainly determined by the weight of the product and the zip code. You can check it on the product page or checkout page at any time. (Include WA, TAS )

The courier companies we usually use are as follows:


2: Courier Please

3: Sendle

4: Aramex

We usually depend on which shipping company to use based on the customer's address or product. If you have a designated shipping company to designate, please feel free to let us know, but this may incur additional charges.

1: Since we have a lot of daily orders, we usually arrange delivery within 1-3 days after receiving the order.

2: If the product is out of stock, we will try our best to inform you that the order time may be affected, usually it will be about 3-5 days for the product that is out of stock.

3: For Pre-order products, its arrival time will be marked on the product purchase page, and we will process your order as soon as we receive the pre-order products.

4: When we successfully deliver the order, you will receive email updates and the latest tracking information one after another.

🐈 For most of the products, we occasionally encounter slight damage or wear of the outer packaging caused by the product during transportation. Usually this is a normal phenomenon.

🐈 If there is serious transportation damage after you receive the product, please contact us in time. 

🌟 We support free return service within 30 days after receiving the product, please read the following link for details:

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Am (Australia)

My cats aren’t too picky when it comes to dry food. I let them graze through out the day. I did notice that the kibbles are on a larger side. But that’s ok, because this will encourage them to chew the food not just suck it up like a vacuum cleaner.I’m not rating the “flavor” because I really don’t feel like tasting one. But by looking at my cats they seem to be enjoying them. The smell isn’t over whelming like wet cat food.

Aurora (Australia)

My 13 year old long hair cat has in the last year or so been having some difficulty trying to harf up hairballs more frequently, and you know that sound... and her hairballs were mixing with her food and staining everything they landed on. I bought this hoping to help her dissolve her hairballs, but what I wasn't expecting was that she LOVES this food! So now we just wait and see if it reduces her hairball projectiles.

Roger (Australia)

I just noticed in my last Science Diet order the manufacturer change morsel size to smaller. Why do they continue to mess with the morsel size. I have a cat with ferocious appetite and must be give specific portion and feed separate from my other cat. Otherwise, he would eat the whole bowl in 5 minutes. Because the morsel size is smaller, my cat is swallowing some of the morsels whole and throwing up his food.Long-Time Customer of Science Diet

Caper (Australia)

So, we’ve been feeding this cat food to our boys for a long time. They have been eating this along with several different wet foods every day. One of our cats ( a small 10 lb guy) vomits on a regular basis. To test which food was the problem we fed only one type of food for a few days until we figured out that it appears to be the Hill’s Science Diet. I have deduced that it is the size of the bites that is a problem. He really struggles to eat this. We now also offer Blue Buffalo Indoor Health with Lifesouce Bits which he can eat more easily.Wish the Hill’s pieces were smaller. The ingredients I think are good but now I am going to have to either grind this food to see if that helps or stop buying it altogether.

S. H. (Australia)

Our 3 year old cat was coughing up hairballs at least 2 times per week. She grooms incessantly. I tried Laxatone, which helped a little, and then I remembered Hills' Science Diet Hairball Formula. I mix it half and half with her original kibble and she hasn't had ONE single hair ball since being on Hills. It's darned close to a miracle and worth the price.