Choosing the Best Cat Food
for Your Pet

Cats can be finicky eaters around, so Hill’s goes to great lengths to provide high-quality, balanced nutrition they can't resist. Take a look at the cat food varieties we have to offer your furry friend.

Making the Best Cat Food Choice

There are several things to keep in mind when choosing the best cat food for your pet. Start with three of these key considerations to make sure you're meeting their specific nutritional needs.

1

Age of Your Cat

Did your cat just celebrate her first birthday? Her seventh? As cats get older, they need age-appropriate cat food. Hill’s life stage cat foods can give your kitten, adult or 7+ cat the nutrition she needs.

Kittens (Under Age 1)

Specially formulated for their frisky lifestyle, kitten food is made to fuel their boundless energy and support healthy development.

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Adult Cats (1-7 Years)

Adult cat foods need the right balance of nutrients – not too much, not too little – to support a cat's everyday nutritional needs.

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Older Cats (Age 7+)

As your cat grows older she'll need special support to reduce the risk of kidney issues, mobility problems and other conditions associated with age:

Shop 7+ Cat Foods

2

Nutrition Needs

Giving your pet the right cat food can transform the way you spend time together. Hill's provides a wide variety of trusted cat foods designed for just about any health need.

Nutrition Every Cat Needs

Is your cat's breath unusually bad? Maybe you've noticed that she's packed on a few too many pounds. Whatever issues you may notice,  the best cat food is the one that helps your cat feel her best.

From everyday health and vitality to recipes using natural ingredients, there's a Hill’s cat food that fits your cat's needs, as well as yours.

  • Weight management
  • Hairball control
  • Indoor vs. outdoor needs
  • Multiple cat households
  • Dental & oral care
  • Energy & mental wellbeing

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Nutrition for Specific Health Conditions

Just because a cat has a health condition, it doesn't mean they can't enjoy a long and happy life. Prescription Diet™ cat foods provide clinically proven nutrition backed by our team of veterinarians, PhD nutritionists, food scientists and sensory experts:

  • Digestive issues
  • Kidney issues
  • Urinary issues
  • Stress issues
  • Thyroid care
  • Glucose management

Check with your veterinarian regularly to make sure your cat gets the nutrition he needs.

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3

Serving Options

Sometimes it all comes down to presentation. That's why Hill's has a number of irresistible options to treat your cat's mouth – like precisely shaped kibble.

Dry Cat Food

Every kibble is designed around a cat’s size and mouth shape so your cat can better enjoy her food. Next, we ensure a satisfying texture and assortment of flavours that have been approved by the discerning cats at our Pet Nutrition Centre.

 

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Wet Cat Food

Opening the top of any Hill's cat food will prove that we've loaded each recipe with hearty vegetables, tender morsels and savoury sauces that will send your cat calling for her meal. Treat your cat to one of our minced meals.
 

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Hill’s Science Plan Feline Adult Light Chicken


Hill's Science Plan Feline Adult Light Chicken helps maintain ideal weight. Formulated with clinically proven antioxidants and a high level of L-carnitine to help turn fat into energy. Suitable for everyday feeding.

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Caring for Your Cat

ARTICLES AND TOOLS

Pet Care Centre

  • The Downside of Free-Feeding Your Cat

    154502253 Understand the dangers of free-feeding your cat and learn how proper feeding methods can help promote a healthier, higher quality of life for your cat.
  • How and When To Feed Your Adult Cat?

    It's important to feed your mature cat the right amount of food at proper intervals, but this can be tricky -- it is also worth remembering that feeding requirements can vary greatly from one cat to another.
  • How and When To Feed Your Mature Cat?

    There are three common ways to feed a cat. Each way has its advantages and disadvantages.
  • Knowing About Cat Nutrition

    Many experienced cat owners will know that cats need specific and specialised nutrition in order to live full and healthy lives.
  • Is Your Cat Becoming a Fussy Eater?

    Change is an inevitable fact of life, even for cats. Take the first birthday for example. That's a real a milestone for a cat, marking the transition from kitten to adulthood.
  • Introducing  a New Food

    Cat's nutritional needs change as they age, so it is important to know when to change their food to keep them healthy and active.