Short of feeding your cat kobe beef flown in from Japan, this has got to be one of the most expensive organic cat treats that you could choose to spoil your kitty. Whole Life Pet Single Ingredient Certified Organic Freeze Dried Chicken Breast Treats for Cats cost an eyebrow-raising $21.99 on Amazon.com for a 2.8oz bag.
No, your eyes are not playing tricks on you. That’s TWO POINT EIGHT, not TWENTY-EIGHT ounces. However, when you check out the ingredients, these gourmet natural cat treats might just be worth the indulgent price.
They’re made from 100% human grade, USDA certified, organic, hormone-free, antibiotic-free white meat chicken breast. There are no fillers, chemicals, additives or preservatives.
Hmmm, but a pound of organic boneless chicken breast can be purchased for $6.99 at Whole Foods, you say? Well, you need to factor in that these cat treats are also made in small batches in the USA. They’re fully cooked for safety and then freeze dried for maximum flavor and nutrition.
Whole Life Pet describes their treats as the first “Farm to Friend” treats for pets. The fresh ingredients are sourced from local farmers, ranchers and fishermen with no “mystery meats” or middlemen. Whole Life Pet produces and packages all of their freeze-dried cat treats in their own state of the art facility located in the Western Massachusetts.
The organic chicken treats are low in fat, calories and carbohydrates, but high in protein. This makes them suitable for pets with allergies, weight and/or digestive problems. And, it’s also why they’re so expensive. It’s a bit like having a personal chef creating an organic entree for your cat and then cutting the meal into cat-sized bites.
What do you think? Is your kitty worth it? If you’re curious to learn more, check out these organic chicken cat treats on Amazon.
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