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Natural Cat Treats products have an average rating of 4.3 / 5.0 from 415 reviews
Natural Treats for Cats
If you are looking for a nutrient-packed cat treat that is free from any added nasties and doesn't compromise on taste, look no further than natural cat treats.
Pet Circle stocks a huge range of natural cat treats in a variety of flavours like beef, chicken, pork, seafood, duck, venison and goat. There will be a treat option to suit even the fussiest of felines!
Best natural 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|
|Zeal Free Range Naturals Lamb Puffs||My cats loved these. They were a good challenge for them to chew, so I definitely recommend supervising them. Dogs loved them too! Also Zeal is a highly ethical brand, all natural and mostly free range or wild caught.- B|
|Loving Pets Whole Little Fish Cat Treats||My cat, Steve, absolutely loves these little fish. He gets them as a treat when I go out and always looks longingly at the cupboard where I keep them.They can be a little messy with a few shed scales but Steve cleans it all up pretty quick. It's nice to be able to feed him something so natural. - MADELINE|
Frequently Asked Questions
Which natural treat is best for my cat?
There are a number of natural cat treat options on the market that claim they are health and natural. So what does it mean when a pet food or treat uses the descriptive term, 'natural?' The Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) defines 'natural' ingredients as those derived only from animal, plant or mined sources, have not been produced or altered by a chemically synthetic process and do not contain chemically synthesized ingredients such as preservatives, colours and artificial flavours.
There are many natural cat treat options available across multiple categories like grain-free, Australian-made, jerky, raw cat treats. It is important to always read the ingredients list to find out exactly what you are feeding your cat. To help decipher a confusing ingredients list, check out our article on How to read the label on pet food and What is in your pet's food?.
Interested in finding out more about raw 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