Most cats seem to like these treats, but my she cat still isn't that fussed - she doesn't seem to like treats at all though so I don't think that that is any sort of reflection on this product.
This is made by Whiskas, one of the bigger cat food brands, and comes in a little purple box which is shaped like a kitty (with cat ears!) and has a little plastic lid which is handy for tipping out the treats into to judge how many you are giving your cat.
These are little square treats. I assume, seeing as how these are labelled salmon, that they taste like salmon. As I seem to say a lot in cat food reviews, I am in no way going to eat them to find out whether they really do taste like what they are supposed to taste like. That's one step too far for this reviewer I'm afraid.
My boy cat, as with other treats, likes these enough to eat them straight from your hand, and does that little over-exaggerated chewing thing that cats do when they are really enjoying something. So I assume from that that he likes them. My brother's cat likes them enough to come running in when you shake the box - unless she suspects that it's a trick, which sometimes she does, and then *nothing* can bring her in. She's an evil genius.
These are treats rather than a meal, so only give your kitties a couple of these a day.
My cat loves her food and especially loves treats! For Christmas she received quite a few treats including a few pots of the Whiskas temptation biscuits one of which was the salmon flavour.
These Whiskas treats can be purchased in most large supermarkets and were recently on offer in my local Tesco store for just £1.00 for a 60g pot.
The treats come packaged in a purple plastic pot which is shaped like a cats head. The pot has a clear plastic lid which allows you to be able to reseal it to keep the treats nice and fresh. On the pot you can find detailed information about the treats including ingredients listings and feeding guidelines.
My cat runs to me as soon as she hears the pot rattle and loves these treats. They look like little pillows and are light brown in colour with a rough texture. Inside is a salmon flavoured filling, it states on the pot that they only contain 4% salmon but my cat goes crazy for them and certainly enjoys eating them so they must taste pretty good.
I try not to feed too many of these to my cat as I am careful to maintain her at a healthy weight especially as a house cat who doesn’t get as much exercise as a cat who goes outdoors exploring. But as these are quite small they are great to hide to make a little treasure hunt or to place into a toy where my cat has to use her skills to get the treats out to prevent boredom.
Overall my cat loves these treats, they are good value and if fed as part of a balanced diet make an excellent treat for my cat. Highly recommended. 5 stars from me.
This year Myrtle had a fluffy pink stocking to fill for Christmas. The idea behind it was for me fill it with her favourite treats that I have given her throughout the year. Not only did I (and still do!) think pets shouldn't be left out of Christmas but to me it made sense to buy a few cat treats for her in the run up to Christmas because in the long run it saves me having to buy more treats fora few weeks anyway!
Myrtle loves her little treats and will let me know when she demands them by rolling about at my feet and so I end up buying a couple of bags a week usually anyway. One brand of treats she does seem to appreciate is Whiskas Temptations and although not a fishy fan as a rule she really does tuck in to these in the salmon flavour!
These treats come in a bright fuchsia coloured plastic pot with a see through plastic lid shaped liked a cats head that securely goes over that and under that a foil peel off section with a photograph of a cat on it and we are also shown a picture of the treats and told that they are indeed Whiskers Temptations and that they are Salmon flavoured and then around the pot itself other information listed includes the ingredients used in the treats, nutritional advice is clearly given, there is a feeding guide stated, the weight is stated (which is 60g in this case) and contact details for Whiskas are given. These are nice looking pots that hold alot of the treats inside and it is informative enough too.
What you get per pot is lots of orangy coloured and slightly rough textured little 'pillow's in an oblongish shape. They are small and dainty and my girl finds these easy to handle. They sound crunchy when she nibbles them and I really have to watch her with these cos she could really happily eat more than the recommended 15 treats per day believe me!
To me they smell yeasty and meaty really and of cereals but they do contain 4% salmon and like I say she really likes these and I have to store them well away from my Myrtle cos she is prone to helping herself and stealing what she can when she can!
All in all though she does really enjoy them. They don't make a mess as she eats them which I'm thankful for and if she likes them so do I!
These are available from all good supermarkets and pet stores etc and I usually buy them when they are on offer at a pound a tub however if not on offer they cost around £1.39 a tub and me, I'd buy them at that price because Myrtle loves them so much!
Whiskas Crunchy Pockets - a delicious treat with a tasty crunchy shell and irresistibly juicy core. Food supplement for cats.