Vital Essentials Cat Treats from Chewy.com and Cat Amazing Puzzle Toy

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Every month, as a Chewy.com influencer, we are sent a list of products that are available for review (that are sold on the Chewy.com website).  This month, thanks to the help of reader Teresa, we chose to try Vital Essentials Cat Treats – the minnows and the rabbit.  I threw them in the Cat Amazing cat puzzle toy that we did a giveaway with last month.  Here’s our unboxing video for these treats:

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Vital Essentials Rabbit Bites Freeze-Dried Cat Treats Nutritional Info
Ingredients
Rabbit, Rabbit Liver, Rabbit Kidney, Rabbit Heart.
Caloric Content
3,575 kcal/kg, 101 kcal/oz
Guaranteed Analysis
CRUDE PROTEIN 50.0% min
CRUDE FAT 9.0% min
CRUDE FIBER 3.0% max
MOISTURE 8.0% max

Vital Essentials Minnows Freeze-Dried Cat Treats Nutritional Info
Ingredients: Minnows.
Caloric Content
2,892 kcal/kg, 82 kcal/oz
Guaranteed Analysis
CRUDE PROTEIN 60.0% min
CRUDE FAT 5.0% min
CRUDE FIBER 3.0% max
MOISTURE 8.0% max


What treats do your kitties like?  Do you think you will try these?  Do you use puzzle toys?

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  1. Wonderful post & video, Jenny! Definitely going to check out those treats on Chewy.com and see if we can put them into the rotation for Miss PSB (who is mighty picky about her treats!)! That puzzle is amazing, too, and has already been added to our Wish List! 🙂 <3

    Miss PSB is a HUGE FAN of the Redbarn Grain-Free Turkey Treats (shaped like little turkey legs) but, lately, Chewy has been out of stock with those. Sooo, we substituted the Blue Buffalo Wilderness Soft, Moist Cat Treats Chicken Turkey Recipe (100% grain-free). And we still have a gift bag from her Auntie Teresa with some Whole Life Bit Thingies (the large disc shaped food bites/treats) that she just started enjoying a few months ago. (She turned her nose up at them when we first got them last year but now her palate has matured and she lurves them.) 🙂

    We don't have any puzzle toys but I do hide her treats and toys around the house in her favorite places so she can hunt them. 🙂 <3

    Big hugs & lots of love!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

      1. Yup. I put her fave catnip toys and treats in her cat cave and she very daintily (cuz she’s SUCH a little lady) scoops them out with her paw to avoid going all the way in it. I’ve done it with the cat cave both ways (popped up where it’s in “cave mode” and pushed down when it’s in “open bed mode”) and she does everything she can to avoid putting her entire body in it to get her treats and toys…Hilarious to watch! 🙂 <3

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