Whole Life Cat Treats Cod Review by Floppycats.com

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Whole Life Pure Cod Freeze Dried Cat Treats
Whole Life Pure Cod Freeze Dried Cat Treats

I love Whole Life Pet Treats and I am still grateful to Lanie from Palacecats for introducing me to them. You might recall a post we did on all the flavors we received.

Next up in Whole Life’s freeze dried cat treats line up is their Cod.

When I transition the cats from wet food to raw food, I will more than likely be using these to sprinkle on top of the food to show them that the raw food is for eating.  This will be essential for Charie’s transition, I am not as worried about Trigg’s.

Whole Life makes a number of flavors:

Here’s a very early video I took of them eating them:

Here’s a video that shows you how crazy Charlie is about these treats as well as a close up of Trigg eating one:

Of course, I am OK with him being crazy about them because they are literally JUST the the animal muscle freeze dried – no corn, wheat or soy added.  There are no preservatives or additives.

Charlie Eating Whole Life Pure Cod Freeze Dried Cat Treats
Charlie Eating Whole Life Pure Cod Freeze Dried Cat Treats

You can buy Whole Life Cat Treats Cod online through DogCatSupply.com or use Whole Life’s store locator to find them near you.  DogCatSupply.com sells them for $12.50 for a 2 oz. bag

Comments (7)

  1. Love the videos of your kitties eating and playing… Charlie looks so much like my Moosie and Gizmo! My fridge, like yours, has plenty of cat treats and Diet Coke inside– catnip, too 🙂

    1. thanks, beth!! no diet coke here – i have always hated that soft drink – thank god, as i know how addicting it is! coke, on the other hand, is not soft drink i hate – love it and shouldn’t!

  2. Oops, sorry, looked like my Diet Coke at a glance. Definitely addictive–I don’t drink coffee but sip on one of these all day. A lady remarked that you can tell a lot about people by what they put in their carts at Walmart. She was looking at my cart which held $100 worth of cat food, treats and litter… with a dozen chocolate donuts for the humans in my house as an afterthought. That pretty much sums me up, no doubt 🙂

    1. “you can tell a lot about people by what they put in their carts” – completely agree! sometimes that’s all i do at the grocery store – look into people’s carts! i feel like i am being nosey! but sometimes i discover things i didn’t know existed – this is especially true around christmas and thanksgiving.

  3. I would say you’re curious and interested rather than spoopy, Jenny. (We get this behavior from spending so much time with our curious kitties, I’m sure.) I will pay more attention to people’s carts during the holiday season–might get some neat gift ideas 🙂

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