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Just wondering if anycat else has tried freeze-dried treats. I have sampled two brands: Wildside Salmon and Halo Liv-a-Littles Chicken. Wow. They opened up a whole new world for me! I was one of those cats who didn't like treats. I'd turned my nose up at Greenies, Pounce, Aquariyums, Temptations, Nutro treats, and lots more. But I just can't get enough of the freeze-dried treats!
Are they as healthy as they seem? It seems to me that they are since they have so little ingredients. I just wish they didn't cost so much (the liv-a-littles were ten dollars for an ounce or two).
I turn into a totally different cat when I am around these treats. If Mom holds one in her hand, I will gnaw at it and shake my head to try to rip it out of her hand. It's almost like the treats bring out some kind of prey drive in me! Mom really enjoys it.
Any cats who don't like treats? I recommend at least trying the freeze-dried treats to see if you like them.