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Cat Biscuits products have an average rating of 4.8 / 5.0 from 45 reviews
Biscuit Treats for Cats
Whether you are looking for a training treat or a special reward for your cat, biscuit treats for cats are a tasty option with a variety of flavours available. Pet Circle stocks a huge range that will be sure to please even the fussiest of felines.
Best cat biscuit treats based on our customer reviews
|Blackcat Fish Delites||My cat loves these but they're messy. My cat chomps on them and leaves small flakes on the ground.- CHRIS|
|Inaba Churu Bites Chicken Wraps||Bought these for my cat Finn, he can't get enough of them! He usually loves treats but he just went crazy for these. Highly recommend if you want to spoil your cat.- JON|
|Blackcat Roo Delites||My cats love treats so I always like to see how they are with different brands. I would say that this is their favourite by far as during the night they stole the packet and chewed it open!! - ELLEN|
|Inaba Juicy Bites Homestyle Broth and Calamari||Juicy bites are great treats for your cat. You can serve on top of their meal or on their own. 70% moist is very important when it comes to feline health and it gives your cat fluids with their treats. My cat loves this treat that much that he always licks the bowl. - MYRA|
Frequently Asked Questions:
Are treats bad for cats?
Treats should be given in moderation. Weight problems, like obesity, are frequently encountered health issues in cats. You should aim for treats to total 5%, but not exceed 10%, of your cat's daily dietary intake. Treats are not nutritionally complete and balanced, so to ensure your cat receives all their daily nutrient requirements from their diet, it is best to follow the feeding guidelines.
What treats can I use for training my cat?
High-value training treats are super tasty and will make your cat go the extra mile during training sessions. The ideal training treats are available in smaller portions or able to be broken into smaller pieces. Treats like liver, biscuits and freeze and air-dried treats are great options. High-value treats are an excellent way to train your cat to tolerate chores like claw clipping, teeth brushing and grooming. For more tips on grooming, read our article Grooming your cat.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian