Natural Purrz are the perfect way to keep your kitty companion purring. They're soft, delicious treats packed with USDA chicken or ocean–caught salmon, a whole-food source of omega 3 fish oil.
And because they're healthy (and only 2 calories each), you'll feel good treating your cat to them everyday. You can both be happy about that. Your kitty will be so grateful they may even trade in knocking things off your coffee table for snuggling. Maybe. Feed nutritious Natural Purrz and Fuel the Love.
Make your cat purr
At only 2 calories each, don't worry about overfeeding.
Made with high quality proteins and grains and enriched with vitamins and minerals.
Made in the USA with USA sourced meats and grains
Salmon formula made with ocean–caught salmon
Always Healthy and Natural
100% Free of wheat, corn and soy
Made without artificial colors, flavors or by-products
Salmon, barley flour, rice flour, vegetable glycerin, malted barley, tapioca, gelatin, water, menhaden fish oil, brewer's yeast, natural flavors, lecithin, cultured whey, acetic acid, salt. Vitamins and Minerals: A, D3, E, B12, taurine, ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) calcium pantothenate, riboflavin (B2) niacin, thiamine mononitrate (B1), pyridoxine hydrochloride (B6), folic acid, zinc oxide, sodium selenite (source of selenium).
Natural Purrz - Wouldn't be without them! by CatOwner201211/28/2012
Have been using these for about 3-4 years now. I don't buy any other treats for my cat. I need to feed him low-protein treats (too high protein requires much higher water/moisture consumption to offset and if your male cat has off and on bladder issues, high protein makes the problem worse). I cut each treat up into smaller pieces with a fine-bladed grapefruit knife and throw them for a "catch and eat" game.
Love these treats by Martini05/03/2010
I am a picky cat that doesn't even like tuna. But these are great. Nice and soft. Easy to eat. And good for me.
It Grows On You by pm12/07/2012
While both cats loved the chicken flavor, only one liked the salmon. However, just to be a nudge, the finicky one does steal these treats from his sister. He won't eat them if you feed him directly, but larceny must make them taste better.
Great treat by Tinky's mom from Leeds, AL07/29/2012
My kitty goes absolutely crazy for these. She knows where the treat jar is and stand at the end of the counter begging relentlessly til she gets what she wants - Purrz! Happy girl - me too.