Product Type: Dreamies cat food
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Dreamies Cat Treats with Beef
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Dreamies Cat Treats with Beef
Date: 21/12/12, updated on 04/11/13 (48 review reads)
Advantages: Everything for us, if Myrt is happy then so am I!
Disadvantages: None for us, this is a really trusted brand to me and my household!
When it comes to my lovely kitten Myrtle money really isn't objective. She is my best mate and my heart and I believe in putting pets first!
Because of this whenever I am in a supermarket I find myself browsing at stuff for her and buying her plenty and knowing her love of Dreamies this was a flavour I recently bought her as I had never seen them before!
These Dreamies came in a bright pink plastic on the outside, silver foil on the inside and with a plastic zip action style seam to the top of the bag to do it up and close it to keep the biscuits fresh then on the front of the bag there a picture of a cat shown on there and we are told that they are Dreamies and the flavour which is beef of course is stated and that they are 'The Treats That Cats Crave' and there is a photograph of a broken up in half biscuit and we are told that they are crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside and that the bag weighs 60g and a bag this size contains 30+ servings (these are available in other sizes and flavours too of course). On the back of the bag other information listed includes being told a bit about the product, the ingredients they contain, nutritional advice and feeding advice is all given and contact details for the manufacturer are listed of course. Nice enough bag this is and it is informative enough and I do like the fact that it is simple to open and close the bag as I hate spillage and a mess created everywhere!
These are basically small puffed up squares of treats for kittens/cats. They are a brown in colour and made up of cereals and meat and fish derivatives with 4% of that made of actual beef. They are a handy size for my Myrtle to grab hold on and she absolutely loves them and so do I knowing that they only contain 2 calories per treat and me having to watch what she is eating as she is very prone to weight gain gives me peace of mind too.
I can give her up to 20 of these a day.....she could well eat more of these but I try to get away with only giving about 10 of them in one sitting/per day but she loves them so much she don't half moan at me and makes me feel guilty but I stick to my guns cos I have to!
These are crunchy sounding, all the bits gets sucked up and she begs for more. I think they are a great quality and snack for my cat, she certainly seems to like them anyway and they are the brand that I tend to buy very often indeed!
Available in all good supermarkets and pet shops but do look about as they are more often than not on offer at about a pound a bag than their recommended price tag of about £1.25 and they are available in a variety of flavours too!
This review is also posted on Ciao under this same username.
Summary: A lovely little treat for my lass!
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