Wellness Kittles Grain-Free Tuna & Cranberries Recipe Crunchy Cat Treats

Date Fri, January 27 2017
Wellness Kittles Grain-Free Tuna & Cranberries Recipe Crunchy Cat Treats

Wellness Kittles Grain-Free Tuna & Cranberries Recipe Crunchy Cat Treats

Well, kiddies, I think I’ve found one of my cats’ new favorite treats. If you’re not new to Reviews by Cole, you’ve perhaps read a review or seen a video where I was feeding treats to Phantom and Goliath. The way they go about it is quite different. Phantom is proactive and loves foraging toys. He’ll steal from his brother all the time. Goliath, on the other hand, takes his time eating treats. He’s delicate and will let him brother badger him out of his treats.

So you can imagine my surprise when I opened a package of Wellness Kittles Grain-Free Tuna & Cranberries Recipe Crunchy Cat Treats, and Goliath gobbled them right up. Now, it’s not like he suddenly became as aggressive about it as Phantom, but it was obvious that he liked these treats. I typically get chicken-based treats and food, so I bet my guy liked the tuna. What cat doesn’t like tuna?

Furparents can love these treats, too. They have no grain or gluten. They’re crunchy, which is good for a cat’s teeth. The ingredients list starts with real tuna (it also includes chicken meal and whitefish meal). 1/3 of the treat recipe is protein. Awesome! Fiber makes up only 3% of the ingredients.

These treats should also be good for their skin and fur because of the contained salmon oil and flaxseed.

Now, my cats are super soft and fluffy because it’s winter. I have noticed that Goliath is a bit less dander-y, but I cannot attribute that entirely to treats.

Still, they like them. They work well in foraging toys. I know I’m giving them protein, and there are no tummy problems. These cat treats get two paws up from us!

Thanks to Chewy for the opportunity to review these cat treats. All opinions are my own.

 

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