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Who doesn’t love to treat themselves every once and a while? Whether it’s a decadent meal or indulgent snack, food can be truly rewarding. Your pet feels the same way. Your cuddly kitty may not be able to treat themselves, so they count on you for tasty rewards. Treat your fabulous feline to yummy cat treats they’ll love from Chewy. Browse for the best cat treats from brands like Greenies, Temptations, Purina, Friskies and more. The best treats for cats depend on their health, dietary needs and taste. Luckily, cat treats come in a variety of textures and flavors, so there’s something for every cat to nibble on. Popular cat treat flavors include roasted chicken flavored cat treats, catnip and savory salmon. There are soft cat treat chews, crunchy cat treats, all natural cat treats, and freeze-dried cat treats.
Feline Greeniesare the best treats for cats who need a little extra help with dental care and oral hygiene. While brushing your cat’s teeth is still the best way to keep plaque at bay, Greenies dental treats for cats are uniquely shaped with a crunchy texture that helps clean your cat’s teeth by wiping away tartar buildup. The recipe contains added vitamins, minerals, taurine and chlorophyll to support overall cat health too. Greenies cat treats are also low-calorie, which means they’re a great treat for the chubby kitty on a diet.
Want to help protect your kitty’s skin and fur? Some healthy cat treats come with added benefits. Skin and fur cat treat recipes for example, are one of the best ways to help support healthy cat skin and fur. If your cat suffers from a sensitive stomach or allergies, try grain-free cat treats from brands like Halo and Wellness. Natural cat treats are made with limited ingredients, which makes them easy to digest, and a great snack for your feline friend. Chewy carries all-natural cat treats from brands like Chasing Our Tails and Friskies. Try Chasing Our Tails Wicked Twisted Cod Skins cat treats for an all-natural snack for your cat. Healthy treats for cats can be a great way to support a healthy feline diet. Fortunately, Chewy offers a wide variety of cat treats that makes it easy to shop for and find the best cat treat for your kitty companion. And for your other crucial cat supplies & accessories needs like cat trees & towers, cat litter, cat litter boxes or a luxurious cat house, turn to Chewy’s online pet supplies store.
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The healthiest cat treats will supply extra protein and nutrition without extra additives like fillers and artificial ingredients. Freeze-dried real meat treats are a healthy choice and felines love the taste. Treats that help with dental hygiene or hairballs can be another good option for your cat. You can also find healthy grain-free cat treats and rewards made with limited ingredients for cats with special dietary requirements.
You can give your cat multiple treats every day, but make sure treats don’t make up more than 10% of your cat’s daily calorie intake. You can look on the treat package for suggested serving sizes, or check the calorie count per treat and compare it to the recommended daily calorie count for your cat’s weight. Your vet can give you guidance on how many treats to feed and other nutritional advice.
Cat treats expire just like cat food does, so check the expiration date on any treats that may be past their prime. While expired treats or those past their best-by date may not be dangerous to your cat—although sometimes they certainly can be—they may taste stale or lack some of the nutrients they contained when fresh. Follow the same rules you follow for your own food safety and always feed your cat fresh, properly stored and sealed treats.
Kittens can have cat treats if they are older and eating solid food, but feed them with extreme caution. Some cat treats may be too big for little kittens and pose a choking hazard, so be careful not to feed any treats bigger than your kitten’s kibble and always provide supervision during treat time. Cat treats may not be made with a kitten’s nutritional needs in mind either, so limit the amount of treats you give to your kitten.