- PURE HUMAN GRADE CHICKEN BREAST: Protein-rich, chicken breast for cats. Sourced and produced in the USA. Treat or meal topper. Ideal for all cats. Specially designed for training, finicky eating, stomach sensitivity, or overweight pets
- ONE INGREDIENT- MINIMALLY PROCESSED: All Just One treats have no Preservatives, Fillers, Chemicals, Salt, or Artificial Ingredients - Just 100% Pure Chicken. Freeze Drying avoids high heat processing, Retains more nutrients, and concentrates flavor
- QUALITY and SAFETY FIRST: Every batch goes through rigorous internal quality control testing plus full micro testing for harmful bacteria by an independent lab before leaving our facility
My Siberian cat LOVES these treats. I have them in both beef and chicken. I would give them more often but they are a bit costly, so I save them as a special treat for like after grooming or a nail trim.
He loves these so much he stole the bag, and ate half, got sick from eating to much and then asked for more.These are by far the best treat. We try to limit his treats but sometimes if he's not wanting to eat we'll sprinkle some on top and he eats everything. We also use these to train him, so far we've taught him high five and sit and learning the harness all with these treats. I just wish they lasted longer, we've gone through them quite fast.
One of my cats is allergic to fish and shellfish and turkey. It's hard to find single ingredient products that can serve as snacks and that are easy to break into small pieces. This chicken is amazing. Although sometimes I do find really hard to break apart pieces, most of them are soft but crunchy enough for my cat to enjoy and I don't have to worry about hidden allergens in this product.
My cat goes crazy for these things. I used to get Grandma Lucy's equivalent thing, but these were cheaper and honestly, the guy in the video eating them was what sold me.
The texture isn't always consistent and sometimes I will get a bag full of treats that don't crumble at all. But I solved that by just putting them through my blender until they become a powder and then storing them in an airtight container. That works best for us anyway since my older cat had to have several teeth removed when he was younger and can't chew the larger pieces well.I sprinkle it on the canned food I give my guys twice a day and it has saved me a fortune because it appears to make just about anything (even grain free and organic!) taste like a gourmet dish.It's even vet approved for my hyperthyroid kitty who is on a prescription diet thanks to it being organic and having no added chemicals in it.