Hill's Kitten Foods: A Healthy Choice for Your Kitten

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All Hill's® kitten foods combine exceptional health benefits with excellent value at just pennies more per day than grocery brands and come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee that your pet will love the taste.

Hill's® kitten foods provide complete and balanced nutrition for growing kittens. Depending on the specific needs of your pet, your veterinarian can recommend which Hill's® Science Diet® kitten food is best for your new kitten.

All Hill's® kitten foods contain:

  • A powerful combination of antioxidants to promote a healthy immune system*
  • Natural DHA to promote better brain and vision development*
  • Fatty acids to support healthy function of the nervous and immune systems, and promote healthy skin and a shiny coat
  • Highly digestible carbohydrates to supply abundant energy for lively kittens
  • All the essential vitamins and minerals to provide a complete balance for growth
  • A great taste your kitten will love
  • Natural preservatives

*Dry formulas only

DHA and why it’s important

  • DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) is an omega-3 fatty acid found naturally in the breast milk of mother cats.
  • As a major building block of the brain, DHA is critical for vision and central nervous system development. Foods enhanced with DHA, such as Hill's® kitten foods, help kittens reach their potential for body and brain development

Science Diet® pet foods

After feeding your kitten specially formulated Hill's® kitten foods for her first year, you can now choose from a wide variety of Science Diet® brand pet foods for a complete line of great-tasting nutrition for your pet based on age, activity level and special needs.

Ask your veterinarian which Hill’s® pet food is right for your new kitten.

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