Product Type: Armitage cat food
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Armitage Good Girl Catnip Drops
Member Name: xxfoxyredxx
Armitage Good Girl Catnip Drops
Date: 18/10/12, updated on 18/10/12 (27 review reads)
Disadvantages: The cat turns into a thief and goes mental if she consumes too many lol
Many people who regulary read my reviews will know that I am a very in love and the proud owner of a five month old kitten. I am obsessed by her and I love treating her to allsorts and its very fair to say she costs me an absolute fortune but moan about it..... Not me she's everything to me lol!
For a long time Myrtle Rose was a fussy little thing. I kept buying her treats to no avail and even the bin didn't seem to appreciate them and it used to really upset me. Nowadays though and as she is getting older I found that she loves Whiskers, Dreamies and Felix treats and they're the ones I buy her the most often however from time to time I do buy treats to try her with that usually still fall a bit flat!
These I bought for about 37p for a bag of them in my local Asda store. She is a fan of savoury products and I have tried sweet treats in the past that she didn't appreciate at all but still, I bought these thinking if she hated them at the price I paid it didn't matter too much!
These come in a bright red plastic packet that is rather small and on the front of it we are told they are Good Girl Catnip Drops 'With Real Catnip', that they have a delicious catnip flavour and are ideal as a treat or reward, that they weight 50g and there is a picture shown of the drops and of a cartoon cat then on the back of the pack ingredients, feeding advice and contact details for the manufacturer are given. This is such an annoying bag you have to cut it open and it isn't resealable!
Small and round a a murky green colour these smell to me slightly sweet and mildly of chocolate. There are plenty of them and they feel moist to my touch.
Surprisingly Myrtle loves them! The feeding advice guide on the back of the bag says to feed them freely which I do providing water for her to drink as well. Myrtle would eat a whole pack of these in one go if I let her and actually I gave her a few earlier today and left the room for a minute and she had devoured what I had given her and stole a few out of the bag and all! Cheeky minx!
The only issue I have with these is that they send Myrtle completely yampy, tearing through our home and it takes a while to calm down however she munches them and we like them and I shall continue to buy her a bag of these weekly in my grocery shopping!
Available in all good supermarkets and pet shops.
This review is also posted on Ciao under this same username.
Summary: A great treat for Myrtle!
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