Last Updated on July 8, 2021 by Jenny
If you have followed Floppycats for any length of time, then you know how much Charlie likes his “cheats” – which are really Whole Life Pet treats.
A few days ago, in the audio of one of our YouTube videos, I mentioned that I have had a hard time getting Charlie to eat wet food – he wasn’t interested in eating at all, really. And the “dust” at the bottom of a Whole Life Pet treat bag was the only thing I could use to get him to eat his wet food.
I am really thankful for these treats, which a Ragdoll breeder in Florida introduced me to years and years ago.
They are just 1 ingredient freeze dried treats. Charlie’s favorite is Chicken, but he also likes Turkey and Salmon. Chiggy loves the Salmon and will eat the Chicken and Turkey.
I was on their Facebook page the other day and saw this post with the new bag of treats – new packaging bag, that is. It’s funny because when I first got Whole Life treats the bags just said “pet treats” – meaning they were OK for dogs or cats – however, pet owners, who have been trained by the pet industry to only give cats cat treats and only give dogs dog treats, were confused. So then Whole Life started packing them in separate cat vs. dog treat bags….even though the same product was on the inside.
I am glad they are focusing on the one ingredient thing, though – there are so many treats out there with ingredients we can’t identify and that kitties shouldn’t be eating. But these treats I feel good about giving to my cats – even though they are “treats” to me, they really aren’t – just another form of pure protein for my obligate carnivores.
In addition to all of that, Whole Life has been good to me as a blogger – they have continued to support the site by sponsoring giveaways and more.
Do you give your kitty treats? If so, what kind?