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Kitzyme Conditioning Tablets for Cats

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Free delivery when you include any Bob Martin product in your order or spend over £25*

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Kitzyme Conditioning Tablets for Cats

(600 Tablets)

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  • Help maintain a shiny, healthy coat and skin
  • One a Day Fish Flavoured tablets to aid in the maintenance of the health and fitness of cats and kittens
  • Available in packs of 600 tablets

Kitzyme Conditioning Tablets for cats are a tasty, one a day tablet working to maintain the health and fitness, skin condition and a shiny, healthy coat of cats.

Kitzyme Conditioning Tablets contain B-complex vitaminerals and help maintain and support a natural immune system, suitable for both kittens and cats in times of need, such as illness, pregnancy, stress and nervousness.

Free delivery when you buy from the Bob Martin range.

We offer FREE delivery on orders over £25 or those including a Bob Martin product; otherwise our standard delivery is £3. Orders are sent by Royal Mail 1st class and take between 2-3 days. A courier option is available if you require your order urgently.

Food items over 2kg and aerosols are exceptions to this. Orders received before 12pm Monday to Thursday, are delivered by courier on the Next Working Day and incur a charge of £4.95. This is reduced to £3.95 if a Bob Martin product is included in the order. Orders placed on a Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be delivered on a Tuesday.

Full details can be found on our Delivery and returns page.


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I was a bit sceptical, but our ageing Burmese cat was definitely slowing down and getting creaky. She can be quite picky, but she seems to like these tablets (fish flavoured, according to the pack). We are only a week or so into it, but she does seem more spritely and glossy. That could be my imagination, but she jumped onto the kitchen work-surface today for the first time in about a year. Can cats experience a placebo effect?