Product Type: Dreamies cat food
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Don't duck Myrtle!
Dreamies Cat Treats with Duck
Member Name: xxfoxyredxx
Dreamies Cat Treats with Duck
Advantages: Look great, sound great and my baby likes em!
Disadvantages: They only contain 4% duck
My best mate happens to be my 6 month old kitten Myrtle Rose. Shes a real beauty with a soft temperament and she is like my little shadow...I simply adore her and my 4 hamsters and we all live very happy together.
Because I adore her so much I buy her alot of treats and as a rule she loves Dreamies and whenever I go shopping I buy these, Felix or Whiskers treats as they seem to at the moment be the only ones she will indulge in as she is a bit of a fuss pot and seems to know quality!
I however didn't buy her these my mum (her nanny!) bought her them, up until seeing them in this flavour I had never seen them prior to this and my mum picked them up in my local Pets At Home.
These Dreamies come in a darkish lilac 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 is a cartoon picture of a cat on there and we are told that they are Dreamies, Delectable Duck 'The Treats That Cats Crave' and there is a photograph of a broken up 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, nutritional advice and feeding advice is all given and contact details for the manufacturer are listed. 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 the likes lol.
Well you get lots and lots of little chunky and dark brown squares that have a cereal and slightly malty fragrance to them. On the back of the pack we are told to feed up to 20 pieces a day and of course these are treats and not a cat food. They sound really crunchy when Myrtle is munching on them, are easy for her to handle due to their size and she seems to like them, however although she does like them and seems very interested when the bag is up out of her reach where she meows at me to give them to her I must admit that I don't think that they are her favourite flavour as she doesn't go as mad for this flavour!
I love Dreamies though and trust that they are good quality, she loves them (the main thing of course!) and I will continue to buy this flavour so she doesn't get sick of the other flavours I buy her but I wouldn't opt to buy these over other flavours at the moment!
Available in all good supermarkets and pet stores.
Summary: A good buy, just not her favourite flavour!
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