My Ragdoll cats have eaten Whole Life Pet treats for years. They always get them when they come in from outside, and they are famously known on Floppycats as “cheats” because that’s what I call them when I am trying to entice Charlie into doing something. Many readers have heard me call them that on our videos, so that’s why they are now known as that on Floppycats.
Turns out that they are the perfect treat for a cat puzzle toy – check out our video below to see why. Whole Life Pet treats single ingredient treats are made from 1 ingredient – usually muscle or organ meat of an animal – like a chicken, turkey, cow, etc. They are freeze dried and processed in a human grade facility. Since they are freeze dried they are easy to break up to put in a cat puzzle feeder.
You might recall we did a review of the new Nina Ottosson Dog Brick a few weeks ago – to compliment that review, I did an additional video to show how kitties can eat treats out of a cat puzzle too (rather than just dry food).
Do you give your kitty treats? What kind and why? Have you tried a cat puzzle toy on your cat?