Thursday, July 11, 2013

Four Paws Thankful

It's Thankful Thursday again and, as always, we have much to be thankful for, including the rain that has been hanging around and causing the grass to grow faster than Jan can whack it with a swing blade.  Jan swears she can hear it growing.but we think she's just been sniffing too much nip.  Oh, wait, humans don't do nip. 

This week we cats got a package of Nature's Variety Instinct raw Boost minis to taste test. We thought we would try something new (at least to us), so we chose the duck formula instead of chicken. The treats come in a resealable plastic pouch.

Cyndi:  I was the first one to try the duck treats.  Mmmmf, nom, mmmmmnf.

Cyndi:  Hey, they're gone. Can I have some more?  *knocks papers to the floor as Jan lifts her off the desk*  No, not Percy, me!  Oops, sorry about hitting you in the head with the clipboard, Jan.  You shouldn't leave things like that lying around on the desk.

Percy:  These are pretty good.  Maybe I can get seconds?  Yikes, Cyndi's got things flipping and flying.  I better get out of here.

Micah:  Smells good.  How does it taste?

Percy:  Aha!  I hope Micah doesn't flip out and start knocking things over like Cyndi did.

Micah:  Hey, that's my last duck treat.  

Percy and Micah:  Oh, good, seconds.  Bet our readers never thought they'd see a photo of us two this close together without armor and a referee.

So far the natural raw freeze dried duck treats are a hit.  Jan likes them (for us, not for her) because they are natural and have no added ingredients such as " wheat, corn, soy, grain, gluten, by-product meals, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives." 

Cameron:  Um, good.

Cameron:  Good to the last morsel.

Rusty:  Hey, here I come. They smell so good. Where's mine?  *picks up a bite, spits it out, sticks out tongue*  Ew, this isn't chicken!  I thought duck would taste like chicken..

Rusty: Everyone got treats except me.  *looks sad*  sigh  *looks even sadder*

Well, the results are in.  The vote is 4 paws up and one tongue out.  Nature's Variety freeze dried duck treats for cats are good.  They are available at in either duck or chicken formula.

We would like to thank Mr. Chewy for providing the treats for this review.  We were not compensated to write this and any opinions expressed are purely our own.

Oh, and don't feel too sorry for Rusty.  He did not go "treat-less." So he's thankful today too.


  1. Sounds furry tasty with treats with duck taste !
    Me have just tryed dryed chickhen and salmon.

  2. What's there not to be thankful of when it comes to treats. It's more noms for free.

  3. The duck treats seem to have come out the winners.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

  4. What a great looking bunch you have!

  5. We Beaglebratz r ALWAYZ thankful when the treatz r around. We r just hoppin'around the bloggiez tueday - we will b bak later tue enter your give-away.
    Shiloh'n Diva Shasta

  6. I'm thankful today that you got such nommy treats to try Happy Thursday!

  7. Oh those super treats are much to be thankful for!

  8. dood rusty....we canna say we blame ewe...stik ta salmon flavor or toona flavor everee time N ewe can never go wrong !! ban de burd !!

  9. Ha ha! We have one here at home who likes to stick her tongue out at things. I do not feel bad for Rusty, though, because I know he has a great home with great people :)


  10. Awwww gorgeous Rusty!! You don't like the duck treat?! Awwww!!

    Take care

  11. You guys are great treat testers! Thanks for visiting my brofurs blog! It's nice to meet all of you too! Me-Ommmmmm

  12. Glad to see everyone love that treats!!! Must be really yummy~

  13. Those look tasty. And no we never thought we would see you that close
    Benny & Lily

  14. Well, you can't win them all, I guess. Those duck treats sound tasty, and we're glad that Rusty got something, too. :)


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