17.5.11

Hill's Science Diet Hairball Control Giveaway! 6 Winners!

Listen up all the kitty with Hairball problems!! Today, we are giving away SIX lucky winners will each receive TWO seven pound bags of Science Diet Hairball Control in celebration of Hill's battle against hairballs! As you know GOMA is a king of Hairball, nothing worse than discovering that little present from your pet in the middle of the night in your bare feet... you can help manage hairball with Hill's® Science Diet® Hairball Control! Try it today!

Cat food is available in a variety of formulas for all life stages and lifestyles, including indoor cats: 

  • Precisely balanced nutrition helps control and avoid the formation of hairballs when fed on a daily basis
  • Natural vegetable fibers help move hair through a cat's system, with no drugs or artificial lubricants that may interfere with normal digestion and nutrient absorption
  • Essential fatty acids promote healthy skin and a shiny coat 
    Join Hill’s in the battle against hairballs!

    We just celebrated Hairball Awareness Day last week and we’d like to keep the hairball conversation going. What better way to spread the word than by coughing up a virtual hairball on all your Facebook friends?!  Play the Hairball Battle! Facebook game!!

    Playing the game is simple. Choose one of our hilarious hairballs and cough them up on your friends! But watch out, they’ll be able to retaliate! Silly, sloppy and a bit disgusting—it’s the most fun friends of felines can have without leaving Facebook!

    HOW TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY:
    Post any comment about this post (Comment form is at the end of this post where it says XX Meows.)
    • Make sure to give us your e-mail address so we can notify you if you are winner.
    • Do not put answer to the chat box on the left hand side page.
    • Anonymous entry will be ignored(We want to know your name!) 
    • So sorry to our international friends, this giveaway is only open to the US.
    That's it!! The dead line for this giveaway is May 27th(Friday)! and will pick a winner randomly using random number picker.  Thanks and good luck!

    21 comments:

    Lyzz ~^..^~ said...

    My cat Marmie would love you forever! This food really helps with hairballs...who wants to hear gut wrenching in the middle of the night, lol!! Thanks for the chance to participate...GOMA ROCKS!! ~^..^~

    Susie Sunshine's World Today said...

    I just had the same experience as Sachi -- discovering the cold wetness of hairball with my bare feet in the middle of the night! Must be the season with both my kitties losing their winter coats. My kitties would love to try this yummy food that would be good for them too! -susantaccini@gmail.com

    jmuhj said...

    1. There are 8 cats in this family. 2. Two are longhairs. 3. You can imagine! ;)

    Anonymous said...

    I also have 2 Himalayan's that would love FREE food!

    kiwi1254@yahoo.com

    Jackie said...

    I also have 2 Himalayan's that would love FREE food!

    kiwi1254@yahoo.com

    IndyRose said...

    Good hairball prevention!
    Rose Richardson
    dpvi6-new@yahoo.com

    Natalie said...

    The age ol' hairball problem... I am always open to suggestions.
    ndswriter@aol.com

    susanbellnc said...

    Out of all my cats, poor Eddie is the worst when it comes to hairballs. I swear it's an almost daily thing with her. Would love to try this stuff.
    susanbellnc@gmail.com

    Terri said...

    Oh my! Do I know the feeling of a yucky cold (or still warm!) hairball between my toes. I nearly barf myself! Hubby is the hairball-meister and he comes running to clean up while I run to the bathroom trying not to urp!
    Terri

    terrigordonusa@yahoo.com

    kimana said...

    hi.... between Tiger and smokey we get at least 6 or so hairballs and worrse yet we have carpeted floor. so makes cleaning up a mess in butt cause we have both the hairballs and the carpet to clean so help these 2 kitties would help alot.....i dont want another round of it to clean....and i live off government funding so its hard to keep up with the $$ on food for these 2

    Kimana
    tigerheartjewelrycompany@gmail.com

    Tess and the boys said...

    Casseau's knickname is
    Shedd-O-Matic! Seriously there is nothing worst than being awaken from my sleep hearing my poor Bubo and Casseau wretching. I feel helpless Hill's Science Diet Hairball Control is the what I have been waiting for <3
    Tess

    sthereseg@comcast.net

    Hannah (Cheeca's mom) said...

    That's Cheeca's favorite food! It has done wonders for his "bathroom habits" and made hairballs a rare occurrence.

    Hannah
    E-Mail: venariwhitetails at msn.com

    Angel said...

    Science Diet is terrific! Angel is a hairball factory, so if this new formula would help her out, then I hope we can win! :)

    mackereltabby1997_at_GMAIL_dotcom

    Angel Sweet Praline said...

    Hairball control food is very important for floofy kitties. Even though Sweet Praline is gone, there may be two new babies in the house by the end of the summer. I think I could use that food for them.

    Mom Paula

    Myra Foster said...

    even medium and short hair kitties can get hairballs, yuck.

    Myra Foster said...

    forgot to add email for chance to score yummy kibble that fights the evil furball. myra.foster@gmail.com

    Nicole1275 said...

    please enter me in this I have 10 cats that I feed 8 are mine which I took 5 of them in with in the last yr or 2, I have no idea where 4 of the cats came from that found me in my neightborhood, one had kittens in a shed next door I took her an the kittens in ended up with one of them, another was living in a box outside my house then winter came an i took her in which she hated but then never wanted to leave lol. My mother an I got all of them fixed and their up to date with shot but you can only image how much in food we go through
    there names are
    Max, Salty, Little dude aka LD, Blizzard, Princess her kitten is Puffins, Sally, Buttons , Chip and we have 2 others who stop bye all the time cuz they know where it's good Dave and Blackie

    my email is nwhite1275@yahoo.com

    Shelly said...

    My cat Sushi is the one I have problems with - and she is short hair! She just won't eat any of the hairball treats or prevention stuff I try to give her, so food is the way to go. Thanks! vonglahn@uwalumni.com

    Yen said...

    My cat Leo is the one with hair problem at my house...
    I have cat fur every where during this time of the season...
    but we love him too much to care XD

    lyen1988gmail.com

    beth.emmons said...

    All three of my kitties are long hairs and get hairballs, so this food would definitely help them. I have used Hill's before in other formulas, so it would be great to try this one. They are a wonderful, nutritious cat food.

    Beth Emmons

    bethie@vzw.blackberry.net

    Donna Marshall said...

    I have three cats and they all have hairballs. I have learned not to walk around barefoot in the house. LOL!

    The Hills would help my furbabies a lot!

    Donna Marshall
    dm100@bellsouth.net

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