Hill's Prescription Diet Metabolic & Urinary Stress Chicken Wet Cat Food 12 x 85g

RRP: £12.49

You save: £2.53 (20%)

£9.96 £9.76 per kg
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This is a specialist veterinary product. We will ask you a simple set of questions to confirm that you are buying the correct medicine for your pet and know how to use it safely

Warning: By law we cannot sell this product to anyone under 18, by placing an order with us you are confirming that you are over the age of 18.

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Hill's Prescription Diet Metabolic & Urinary Stress Chicken is a tasty, complete dietetic pet food for cats that helps to reduce excessive body weight and fights feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD). Metabolic & Urinary Stress dissolves struvite stones and reduces their recurrence. It has a low energy density, urine acidifying properties, and contains a low level of magnesium.

Key Benefits

Contains L-tryptophan & milk protein hydrolysate to control stress. Stress is a known risk factor for the major cause of FLUTD
Helps your cat feel full & satisfied between meals
A synergistic blend of ingredients
Controlled levels of magnesium, calcium and phosphorus
Unique fibre blend from vegetables
Clinically proven nutrition formulated for concurrent conditions
Nutrition clinically proven to support bladder health in cats with FLUTD and reduce body weight
Naturally works with your cat's unique energy use
A great taste for your cat

Recommended for

Adult cats with FLUTD (Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease) caused by stress and who are overweight


Chicken: Chicken (27%), pork, cellulose, dried egg white, various sugars, maize starch, tomato pomace, wheat flour, pea protein, coconut oil, minerals, flaxseed oil, fish oil, sunflower oil, dried carrots, vitamins, dried pork protein, trace elements, taurine and beta-carotene. Coloured with natural caramel.


Beta-carotene 0.2 mg/kg, Calcium 0.15%, Carbohydrate (NFE) 5.6%, Chlorides 0.17%, Crude Ash 1.1%, Fat 2.6%, Fibre (crude) 2.1%, L-Carnitine 103 mg/kg, L-lysine 0.42%, L-tryptophan 953 mg/kg, Magnesium 0.01%, Milk protein hydrolysate 250 mg/kg, Moisture 81%, Omega-3 fatty acids 0.3%, Omega-6 fatty acids 0.7%, Phosphorus 0.14%, Potassium 0.13%, Potassium citrate 500 mg/kg, Protein 7.5%, Sodium 0.07%, Sulphur 0.14%, Taurine 536 mg/kg, Vitamin A10 29620 IU/kg, Vitamin D10 145 IU/kg, Vitamin E10 130 mg/kg


The Feeding Guide below contains guidelines only; adjust values to maintain optimal body weight. Consult your vet if unsure. Fresh drinking water should be available to your pet at all times; this will also help with urinary issues. When introducing Hill's Prescription Diet to your cat for the first time, introduce gradually over 7 days:  

Day 1-2: 75% old food, 25% new food  
Day 3-4: 50% old food, 50% new food  
Day 5 -6: 25% old food, 75% new food  
Day 7: 100% new food

Feeding Guide

For Weight Loss:

Target Body
Dry Grams
+ Pouches
2kg 1 2/3 10g + 1
3kg 2 1/3 20g + 1
4kg 2 2/3 30g + 1
5kg 3 1/3 40g + 1
6kg 3 2/3 45g + 1
7+ kg 1/3 per kg 8g per kg + 1

For Weight Maintenance:

Target Body
Dry Grams
+ Pouches
2kg 2 1/3 25g + 1
3kg 3 1/3 40g + 1
4kg 4 55g + 1
5kg 4 2/3 65g + 1
6kg 4 1/2 80g + 1
7+ kg 2/3 per kg 12g per kg + 1

Safety Advice

By purchasing this product, you confirm that your pet has been examined by a vet who recommended this diet on the basis of their diagnosis. You confirm that you understand that whilst your pet is being fed this diet, it is recommended that you seek veterinary advice at least every 6 months regarding its usage. You also confirm that you understand that you need to seek veterinary advice if your pet's condition deteriorates in any way whilst feeding this diet.