Edible Dangerous Cat Toy #chewyinfluencer
HIYA! SAVANNAH HERE!!
As my long time readers know, I have been an advocate on many an occasion for products promoted by Chewy.com. And if all I was tryin’ to do is show off a cool way to get a cat to eat somethin’ healthy WITHOUT teaching “said cat” to LEARN A DANGEROUS BEHAVIOR—I would be writin’ a totally different blog post.
Chewy asks us to write our most fair product review and I am doing just that.
Disclaimer: As members of the Chewy Blogger Outreach Program, we did receive monetary compensation for this review. We were provided one free sample in exchange for our honest and straightforward review. Chewy is not responsible for the contents of this post nor did they have any input. Savannah’s Paw Tracks only shares products and information that I truly believe my readers will find both useful and enjoyable.
As you all know, I am a most discerning consumer of the finer cat foods and treats. I have a delicate tummy and require extremely feline specific ingredients in my food and treats. But hey, I asked Mom L if we could try out this Pull and Play Cat Toy and she reluctantly agreed.
As you can imagine, I was not eager to partake of this “said” treat.
Not only did this cat treat toy look like STRING, it also has very concerning totally not species specific ingredients—in fact, this doesn’t have any natural ingredients, at least in my humble cat opinion. And while the label states that this “product” is made in the USA, it doesn’t state where all the following ingredients come from.
Ingredients (listed in order on the label)—rice, wheat gluten, glycerin, dried corn syrup, animal liver flavor,phosphoric acid, chicken meal, malt extract, salt, added color, dried cheese powder, yellow 6, vitamin E supplement, yellow 5 and citric acid.
Of course, TKS was on it in a kitty cat minute! She is also a string playin’ addict—I’m not kidding. Mom L and Dad P have to be extra special careful with their toofie dental floss and make sure not one teeny tiny piece is showing outside their enclosed rubbish cans in their bathroom. All our rubbish bins in my castle have lids which a cat cannot open just ‘cuz TKS is a total rubbish snoop!
If it looks like, acts like and seems like STRING, TKS is all in!
Given TKS’ immediate urge to chomp on that treat which resembles the dreaded string, we are giving this product a NO PAWS UP. Please do not purchase this cat toy and encourage all cat rescues to not allow it anywhere near kittens. It teaches dangerous behavior for cats, especially kittens. String, ingested, will cause a cat, no matter its age, to die if not treated immediately. And even if the “treat” were of better “food” quality, I, Savannah, would still be giving it a NO PAWS UP review.
PAW PATS, SAVANNAH