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Armitage Good Girl Deli-licious Duck Bites

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Brand: Armitage / Type: Treats

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      11.01.2013 13:15
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      A great priced, tasty and good quality treat for the most important member of your household!

      I love and adore my 8 month old kitten Myrtle. She is the centre of my universe, spoilt rotten but my very best friend who loves me no matter what I do (Well I lie to myself about that and am pretty sure she only likes cos I'm the one with the tin opener and a cupboard full of cat treats but hey ho!).

      Due to my love and devotion of my feline friend I all to often buy her bags of treats, in fact she costs me an absolute fortune, which is fine she is worth it!

      When she was a very little kitten the first treats I ever bought her were from this brand and its fair to say she really didn't like them one bit. I then tried another variety, again she didn't like them one bit and I simply assumed she didn't like kitten/cat treats at all and for a while I got fed up till one day I tried her with Dreamies and she adored them and I moved back round the treats and found that some stuff from this brand she does like and this is one of those!

      The plastic bag these come in hold 30g of the round and cut at a slant, dark reddish duck bites. It has a resealable zipper to the top of it and on the front we are clearly told what they are and who they are by and that they are Hypoallergenic and with no artificial colours or preservatives and there is a picture of a cartoon style cat shown and a little see through window so you can see some of the bites through it then on the back of the pack we are told the ingredients and nutritional composition, the size is stated, feeding advice is given and contact details for Armitage Cat Care (the manufacturer of the product) are given. Nice little bag this is and I do appreciate being able to seal it up after using it so I don't lose the treats all over the place.

      The Bites:

      According to the front of the bag these contain 69% duck and then on the ingredients list we are told the rest is made up of fish derivatives and the likes. They are small, slanted as I have mentioned already and dried up meat to the touch with little fragrance to them to my nasal passages.

      I did think that my Myrtle may think these were a little bland and boring but no....... she loves them! These are not suitable for kittens under 4 months of age by the way and no amount to be given is suggested on the pack but she will eat quite a few of these in a sitting and if i stop her and leave the bag down she will try and help herself to more of them....much to my amusement!

      Not only does she love these but my mates kitten Henri and her poodle Daisy come to visit me often, in fact they have been here a week now and they both love them too....yes the dog can't get enough of them even though we keep trying to stop her snaffling them of course as she has her own treats!

      I am happy with the meat content that these contain and that they are not unhealthy with no added nasties and Myrty enjoys them and for 88p from all good supermarkets (I buy these in Tesco and in Asda regularly) I think that they offer us a great little buy!

      Google if interested and do try local supermarkets and pets stores such as Pets At Home.

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