Cat Treats

All cat lovers like to pamper their furry friends and one of the best ways to do that is with cat treats. They can be used as rewards, to encourage good behaviour, but they can also be a good option to care for their teeth and digestion. As opposed to dogs, cats are believed to be pickier with their treats, as they did have a lot of options in their habitat, as past predators. But worry not, because there are plenty of options to choose from. Petwell can help you pick the best cat treats for your companion, from cat biscuits to catnip and even cat dental treats.

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Cat Biscuits

Among the most popular cat treats are cat biscuits. When choosing treats, keep in mind that they should be used to complement, not distract from your cat’s everyday diet. Because cats love variations in tastes and textures, one of the best options is Whiskas cat biscuits, such as Whiskas Temptations, which are crunchy on the outside, with a soft filling on the inside. They come in a variety of flavours, so your cat can pick their favourite. Another crunchy and soft option is Dreamies cat treats, filled with vitamins and minerals that are extremely good for your cat’s health. When feeding your cat treats, make sure to adjust their diet accordingly, to avoid unbalanced meals.

Natural Cat Treats

If you are looking for a healthier option, you can choose some natural cat treats, such as the ones from Pet Munchies or Thrive cat treats. Healthy cat treats are made from pure meat that is freeze-dried, removing the moisture, all while keeping the natural enzymes and nutrients. Freeze-dried cat treats are often considered to offer nearly the same benefits as raw fresh meat, being well-accepted by all breeds of cats.

Catnip Treats

As all feline lovers know, catnip is a herb that gives cats a natural high and around 75% of them can exhibit funny behaviours, such as jumping, rolling or rubbing. When choosing catnip treats, go for those that are made from the flowers and leaves of the plant, as those are the parts that contain the highest concentration of nepetalactone, the compound that cats react to. Thinking about getting some catnip for kittens? Keep in mind that, if your kitty is younger than 3 months, they might not react to it at all.

Cat Dental Treats

If you are looking for a way to care for your cat’s teeth, cat dental treats are a great option. When fed daily, cat dental treats reduce tartar and helps with bad breath problems. One of the best options is Whiskas Dentabites, known to be the only cat treat in Europe scientifically proven to reduce tartar buildup.

Cat Digestion & Stomach Treats

Have you ever wondered why do cats eat grass? It may be because they are dealing with a dietary deficiency and need the natural laxative benefits that grass gives. But not all types of grass are healthy for your cat, so to avoid digestion problems, you can choose to grow your own. Try the Armitage Good Girl Kitty Grass, easy to grow at home and especially useful for indoor cats, who may not have access to grass from outside.

Cat Hairball Treats

Do you have problems with cat hairballs all over your house? Cat hairballs are normal but can cause digestive tract obstruction that can be dangerous to your cat. Fortunately, you can find a variety of treats that work as a hairball treatment for cats. When accompanied by a good diet, hairball treats can work wonders for your kitty’s digestion.

Cat Milk

Everybody knows cats love milk, but regular cow milk can give your little friend some stomach problems. This is why it is recommended to pick a type of cat milk specially designed for cats, such as Whiskas cat milk, which contains much less lactose than regular milk and won’t be giving them any problems.

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