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Liquid and Paste Cat Treats products have an average rating of 4.7 / 5.0 from 342 reviews
Liquid and Paste Treats for Cats
Liquid and paste cat treats make an excellent training treat or special reward for your favourite feline. You can squeeze out the treat and let your cat enjoy, or use as a tasty meal topper. Pet Circle stocks a huge range of liquid treats available in tempting flavours that will be sure to please even the fussiest of cats.
Best liquid and paste treats for cats based on our customer reviews
|Dine Creamy Treats Chicken Flavour||My three fur children are absolutely obsessed with these treats. I have to lock them away in a Tupperware container so that they don't go hunting for them. They make all sorts of happy noises while eating these. I highly recommend them! (They are also cheaper here than at woolies). - MADDIE|
|Inaba Churu Tuna with Chicken Recipe||My cats are so picky that they don't like canned food or gravy, so I use this instead to add moisture in their diet daily. They love this so much, strongly recommend.- DONNA|
|Absolute Holistic Bisque Tuna and Caviar Liquid Treats for Cats and Dogs||My cat is the fussiest of eaters and she absolutely inhaled it.. The ingredients also seem to be high quality. - TATIANA|
|Dine Creamy Treats Tuna & Salmon Flavour||Our cat Katie loves these treats... it's the only thing that she will get up and run towards you for! It can get messy feeding straight from the tube,but she always cleans up any spills. The tuna and salmon flavour is her favourite. - ANNA|
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it bad to give my cat treats every day?
Cat treats are generally fine to give every day, but should be fed in moderation as they can contribute to weight gain. Treats should only account for 5% daily food intake. This is for two reasons: treats are often higher in calories and not all treats are nutritionally balanced including all the nutrients, vitamins and minerals needed to keep your cat healthy.
What are liquid and paste treats good for?
Training! Cats can be trained using liquid or paste treats that are tasty and high-value, offering an immediate, easy reward. These treats are a great incentive for unpleasant chores like grooming or nail trims, or even cat carriers and vet visits. You can find out more tips for training your cat in our articles How to trim your pet's nails and How to make travelling less stressful for cats.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian