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Liver Cat Treats products have an average rating of 4.1 / 5.0 from 19 reviews
Liver Treats for Cats
Liver cat treats are a delicious way to give you cat an extra special treat. Liver is a strong flavour that is highly palatable for your cat, making these treats high-value and extremely desirable.
Pet Circle stocks a number of liver cat treats in a variety of different textures. There will be a treat that will have even the fussiest feline begging for more.
Best liver treats for cats based on our customer reviews
|Feline Natural Cat Treats Grain Free Healthy Beef||Love it, give them as treats or sprinkled/mixed into wet food, love that it's 100% beef and nothing else, smells so good even I want to eat it.- ANNA|
|Blackcat Beef Liver for Cats||Loved, loved loved it! He couldn't wait for the packet to be opened and started licking it to hurry it up. Will buy this product again. All natural and apparently very tasty! Good value, will buy the bigger bag next time.- PAMELA|
|Vetnex Natural Dental Care Plaque Control Soft Chews, Beef Liver For Dogs and Cats||I'm very happy with this product and the results are great on my senior dog!!! I see her dental problems are far more better now compared to before. - MAGGIE|
|Feline Natural Cat Treats Grain Free Healthy Lamb||Wow my 2 cats LITERALLY drool when I bring out these treats. They absolutely love them!! - BREE|
Dehydrated liver treats for cats are made from beef, pork or lamb. The strong liver-flavour and smell is often added to other treats to make tastier and more enjoyable to cats. Liver treats make perfect training treats for cats, as they can be easily broken up into small pieces and given as a reward.
Dehydrated liver treats are packed with protein, vitamins A, B, D, C, calcium, iron, copper and phosphorus. Small amounts are ok for cats now and then, but be sure to follow the feeding guide closely to avoid any adverse effects. Vitamin A consumed in large amounts can be harmful to your cat's health. Additionally, certain dog liver treats will not be suitable to feed to your cat, so always check the product instructions.
Treats are not intended to be fed as a sole diet, always follow the recommended feeding guide and monitor for weight gain.
Interested in finding out more about grain-free and natural diets? Check out our articles on Raw Pet Food: The Benefits and Risks and Natural food for cats. Just welcomed a new kitten to the family? Check out our New Kitten Guide for tips on nutrition, toilet training, health and more.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian