"George, the black cat that I am fostering for a year while his parents are stationed abroad for the Navy, adores these kitty greens! As many know, we had a snowy, cold winter, so no greens or going"... (read full reviews)
"I bought my cats the blue mussels wanting to try something different. They just batted them around the floor not knowing what they were because they are rather large. I eventually had to crush them up"... (read full reviews)
"Like another reviewer, I was excited to see a limited ingredient treat that my IBD cat might be able to eat! Unfortunately, the ingredients include chicken, which is not a novel protein. Steer clear"... (read full reviews)
"My longhaired cat suffers from occasional hairballs, so I picked some of these treats up. She is not a fussy eater, but she has zero interest in eating these - even tried mixing them with her wet"... (read full reviews)
"My cat doesn't seem to care for this; he usually licks these and spits them out. I'll leave one in his bowl overnight in addition to his regular food and he will of course eat his regular food first."... (read full reviews)
"All members of the onion family (shallots, onions, garlic, scallions, etc.) contain compounds that can damage cats' red blood cells if eaten in sufficient quantities. These treats contain salt, which"... (read full reviews)
"i admit, i bought these because the bottle is adorable. and the product description sounded good, but there were no reviews i could find of the actual product.
well, i bought the green (chicken) ones"... (read full reviews)