Jude the Cat is styling with his new #FeedMeHillsMeow ceramic bowl | Hill’s Pet SA.



Hills Pet Nutrition. – Most cat owners have accepted that their feline friend is ‘the boss’ and there are few who can ignore the demanding meows and determined ankle rubs of their pet when it decides it’s mealtime.

To cater for the discerning tabby, Hill’s have designed a special ceramic #FeedMeHillsMeow bowl. Mr Hillsworth, their resident feline expert ‘of extraordinary wit and wisdom’, has given his unconditional approval to the usefulness and general ‘catworthiness’ of this practical and whisker-friendly bowl.

The #FeedMeHillsMeow ceramic bowl (worth R70) will be available from participating veterinary outlets from 1 June, while stocks last, on any purchase of Hill’s dry cat food (1.3kgs or larger), including Hill’s Science Plan, Hill’s Ideal Balance and Hill’s Prescription Diet).

However, my ridiculously good looking and rather feral Jude the Cat, was lucky enough to have one sent over for him to try. Love at first sight, and in true character, he’s not being modest about the addition to his life and subsequent elevation to his status. Instead he’s rolling around in a rather boastful way, showing off to his Pup siblings, and who can blame him …

Love the packaging, always do with the Hills team.
Thank you very much for spoiling my special feline!


Hill’s is South Africa’s most trusted brand of pet food and is naturally preserved, completely balanced and scientifically-formulated to meet your pet’s specific nutritional needs. The offer is available while stocks last, terms and conditions do apply. For your nearest participating practice or vet shop contact Hill’s on infoza@hillspet.com or call 0800 228 783.

Be part of a community that is passionate about their pets. Read about Hill’s at www.hillspet.co.za and find their latest offers on Facebook www.hillspet.co.za/facebook and Twitter www.twitter.com/HillsPetSA.

#FeedMeHillsMeow and #HillsMostTrustedPetFood

Read about the other times Hills Pet Nutrition has spoilt my four legged babies.

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