“ Brand: Armitage / Food Type: Cat Food „
Many of you may not know yet but the Sunday just gone I made a major purchase. Formally probably more known for my love of hamsters and a poodle called Daisy I made the biggest decision yet.....kitten or no kitten?
I've wanted a rag-doll cat for ages and kept toying with the idea of it and in the end I found the perfect little girl for me. Tiny, chocolate brown and just over 8 weeks old I traveled 400 miles to get her in just one day and she worth every penny I spent...shes quite simply adorable and I couldn't be more in love.
Me being me though prior to collecting her went potty on buying things and anyone would think I was about to give birth! She has everything a little kitten could want including lots and lots of treats because although she is fairly litter trained and so on she, being only so young still needs a bit of encouragement to do certain things including to come to her new mummy!
I bought these milk drops in my local Asda store. At this time they are on offer at 39p a bag so its fair to say I bought rather a few bags for my little un as they looked excellent value for money!
Well my little bag is a hanging plastic one mainly red in colour with a little photograph of the milk drops on the front of it and we are told what they are and who they plus the size is stated which is 50g and then on the back of the bag ingredients and contact details for the manufacturer are given. The bag isnt all that informative and is made from rather flimsy plastic and once torn open it doesn't stop tearing so we ended up with them everywhere till I found a little container to shove them in.
Small, round and a creamy colour they smell sweet and creamy and like chocolate really, rather pleasant! They are a nice size and handy even for a kitten to grab hold of however I am not happy not having feeding advice as to how many you can give your pet so I only give one or two a day to my girl and am not 100% sure they are suitable for kittens.
However they smell good and look it to me but my kitten doesn't like them anyway. the only thing interested in these is my mates and I shared dog who takes great delight in stealing these from my nipper and that cant be a good thing for her lol.
Sadly though my kitten has licked them and showed a little bit of interest but maybe she doesn't have a sweet tooth....just like I don't. I don't think there is anything wrong with them at all its just not her thing by the looks at it!
Available in all good pet shops and so on.
This review is also posted on Ciao under this same username.
At Christmas time our cat was lucky enough to get a stocking from a friend of ours. This contained Good Girl products, some she loved, some not so much. These Good Girl milk drops have been one of her favourite items and she has recently polished off the last of the packet meaning I needed to get her another packet pronto!
We picked up our 50g packet from Asda for just 36p and this was very reasonable. Some of the treats that we usually pick up are £1.00 for 100g so this is in line with what we would expect to pay for treats that she likes.
These treats come provided in a plastic bag and because this tears easily I just open my bag and then pour the drops in to a clip and lock plastic pot. This means that these treats stay clean and fresh and I do not have to worry about them dropping all over the floor.
These milk drops look like chocolate drops and I treat them as such. Our cat gets these every few days and a couple at a time to ensure that she views these as a treat and does not come to expect getting them every day.
These treats are little round drops. When I throw them on the floor to my cat they end up breaking up a little and so my cat usually goes around eating all the little crumbs after she has devoured the larger pieces. She never turns one of these milk drops down and she always waits for me when I have finished handing out her treats on that occasion.
My cat definitely loves these and despite not being the biggest milk lover she always wants more of these. My cat will happily eat as many as I can put down. The price of these is very reasonable and my cat loves them which really is the main thing!
I would definitely recommend these treats for cat owners, they are cheap, they are loved by my cat and they are milk drops so hopefully they are helping to keep my cat in tip top condition!
Armitage good girl cat milk drops come in a 50g purple plastic bag with a picture of a cat on the front, these cost me 49p for eagc bag from pets at home.
It says on the packet that you should only give these to your cat as a treat as i assume they are not healthy if consumed in large quantities, a bit like us and chocolate.
All 6 of our cats love these even lucy who wont drink milk likes these which realy surprised me, i keep them in the pantry as if you dont keep them cool they will melt, every time we open the pantry door you have a line of cats meowing at you for some more of these, we do try to limit them to just a few each a day as i dont want them getting fat but these must taste great as they are always hounding us for more.
The treats them selves look like white cocolate buttons and smell realy sweet.