VetIQ Healthy Bites Urinary Care for Cats & Kittens

VetIQ Healthy Bites Urinary Care for Cats & Kittens
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VetIQ Healthy Bites Urinary Care for Cats and Kittens have been formulated to enhance the special needs of indoor cats.

Healthy Bites contains cranberry for a healthy urinary tract and antioxidants to support a healthy immune system.

It also includes plant extracts to help reduce cat waste odours and is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids for a healthy skin and coat.

These tasty bites are filled with a delicious cheese and catnip flavour that your cat will love!

Key Benefits:

  • Cranberry helps to support a healthy urinary tract
  • Taurine for healthy heart and eyes
  • Helps reduce litter tray odours
  • Supports a healthy skin and coat


  • Cereals, Meat & Animal Derivatives (Poultry 33%), Oils & Fats (Omega-3 Fatty Acids 1%, Omega-6 Fatty Acids 2%), Milk & Milk Derivatives (Cheese 4%), Derivatives of Vegetable Origin (Catnip 0.5%, Yucca Shidigera 0.2%, Inulin 0.35%), Fruit (Cranberry and Apple Powder 0.9%), Minerals

Analytical Constituents:

  • Crude Protein 25.2%, Crude Fat 24.1%, Crude Ash 6.81%, Crude Fibre 1.6%, Moisture Content 8.26%, Calcium 1.1%, Phosphorous 0.8%

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Reviews (24)

Summary of Reviews for VetIQ Healthy Bites Urinary Care for Cats & Kittens

Overall 5
Value For Money
Nutritional Value
Pet's Opinion
24 out of 24 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (17 reviews)
4 stars (7 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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45 Tinker loves these
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By on 5 May 2024

it is not easy to get treats when your cat is on a special urinary diet so I was very pleased when I found these. They have a strange smell but that doesn't bother Tinker. Will certainly buy again.

Customer recommends this product

55 Reccomended by my vet
Verified Purchase

By on 15 May 2023

Healthier than most

Customer recommends this product

55 Great
Verified Purchase

By on 31 December 2022

Fussy eater will eat these treats

Customer recommends this product

55 Tast treats
Verified Purchase

By on 14 December 2022

These are our cat's favourite treats and are not easy to find at retail outlets. Just wish you did Felix Play tubes too as they now seem to be unobtainable in retail outlets and are excellent for disguising Fortecor tablets which our cat finds otherwise unpalatable.

Customer recommends this product

45 Feline Urinary care
Verified Purchase

By on 3 July 2022


Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding VetIQ Healthy Bites Urinary Care for Cats & Kittens, including answers from our team.

24 July 2021 at 10:15am

Suitability for cat on Hills Urinary C/D


My cat is now being fed Hills Urinary C/D food due to bladder stones, on the recommendation of a vet. Can this product be fed as an occasional treat to supplement this diet? Thanks

  • VioVet Staff

It is recommended to feed only the veterinary diet you have been advised by your vet wherever possible. Any change in diet can alter the effect of your vets chosen diet. These urinary bites are likely to be safe for your cat but based on this I would run it past your vet first. As an occasional treat they are unlikely to impact the overall diet though.

11 April 2018 at 11:12am

Renal cat

Ziggys mum

Our cat has chronic kidney disease, he is happy and otherwise healthy.
Would VETIQ be safe for him?

  • VioVet Staff

These treats should be fine so long as you don't overfeed them. A high protein diet is bad for cats with renal disease as they struggle to metabolise the bi-products of protein metabolism. These treats have a medium-high protein content. Something like Harringtons cat treats are a bit lower in protein. Definitely avoid the treats such as chicken and duck that have 40-50% protein content. Hope this helps?

21 October 2014 at 9:30pm



What age kitten is this suitable for? My kitten is 6 weeks old and has been to the vets and diagnosed with a suspected minor UTI - he is on antibiotics but if there is anything I can give him to help -in terms of food etc I would be happy to do so. I would like to give him these bites - is this suitable for his age?


  • VioVet Staff

This product is fine to give to a 6 week old kitten as long as it only makes up a small portion of the diet. Less than about 10% by weight would be my suggestion. The main diet should be a good quality and well balanced diet with a high meat or fish content.

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