These come in a variety of flavors. My kitties are all huge fans of chicken, so we of course went that route.
These treats aren't just cute, in shapes like stars, but also made from a genuine protein source. In this case, that is of course chicken. They also contain accents of carrots, tomatoes, and peas. What's more, they have the benefit of harboring no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives.
Now, though, the remaining question is, did the kitties like them? To begin with, let me remind you that the only true feline treat eaters around here are Evan and housemate Toby. Thimble and Eddy don't understand why I sometimes put these weird kibble things in front of them. Seriously, what is that about?
Evan and Toby, though, they most often appreciate a little snack of kibbles. But did they enjoy these PurinaⓇ Pro PlanⓇ treats?
They sure did! Yum!
You know who else broke into the party and enjoyed her some kitty kibbles?
Pup Astrid, that's who. She strode in like a perfect Dogzilla and helped herself. She'll try to deny it, but I caught her
(Disclaimer: As members of the Chewy.com Blogger Outreach Program, we received the PurinaⓇ Pro PlanⓇ Crunchy Bites Cat Snacks in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are our own. We only review products that we believe will be of interest to our readers, and we never recommend a product that we do not believe in.)
Wishing everybuddy a terrific Tuesday!
***Our Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:While a small taste of dog food is likely not toxic for your kitty, and vice versa, it is still necessary that a furbaby be fed a diet formulated specifically for their species. This is especially the case for cats, who have specific dietary requirements that are not accounted for in dog food. For this reason, a cat cannot thrive on a diet of dog food. Therefore, as I'm sure you all already know, be sure your furbaby is fed a diet specifically for their species. Of course, this goes for other pets as well, such as rabbits, rodents, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians. In addition, do your best to select a food that fits with their specific health status, such a kitten or puppy food for those growing young ones, a weight maintenance diet for those who might be overweight, or a renal diet for cats with chronic kidney disease. When in doubt about the best diet for your furbaby, never hesitate to consult your veterinarian.