Rated 2 out of 5 by Annie My cats wouldn't eat it.
Evidently, doesn't taste very good- neither of my cats would eat it and neither would my son's two cats.
January 3, 2017
Rated 1 out of 5 by 2cats did not like
my 2 cats did not like the turkey and to be honest it looked more like dried wood..sorry but that is the truth
December 26, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Papa Cautiously optimistic
I bought these turkey bits in addition to the salmon and chicken bits for my cat as a treat. In the past, she hasn't shown any interest in treats, but does graze on dry food when she is in the mood. I started with salmon. When I first gave them to her, she wasn't interested and walked away. Ordinarily, I'd give up, but I added a couple to her dry food and the next morning they were gone. Did the same over a couple of days, and each time she ate them. I moved on to the chicken and had a similar result. I don't have as much experience with the turkey, but my first attempt wasn't quite as successful as the others. It took 2 days and she finally ate some, but left one behind. I'll try again, but I suspect she doesn't like the turkey as much s the salmon and chicken.
November 16, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carolyn Healthy treats for cats
My cat loves these and since they don't have added fillers and are pure protein, I feel they are a healthy treat.
I recently purchased a package as a Christmas present for a friend's cat. She had been feeding her cat Purina One. He became so ill he almost died. He now eats only canned food but misses his treats. I'm sure he will like these.
December 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Suze No harmful ingredients
One of my cats developed an allergy to wheat and corn, but she demands a nightly snack, so this is a big hit with both of us.
November 14, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jason Hit or miss, but when it hits, it HITS
I have two cats. One is an older, 10 year old female named Smokey, the other a young, 1-1/2 year old male named Avery. Smokey doesn't really care for these treats, but Avery goes NUTS for them. Simply hearing the sound of the bag--which he's even capable of distinguishing from other bags--is enough to get him to come running. He expects there to be five or six pieces on the ground in front of him before he'll eat, and he'll "stash" one or two of them for later.
Although it really seems to depend on the individual cat whether or not they'll like them, cats that do like them tend to be crazy for them. The large bag is inexpensive enough that you might as well buy one just to test the waters. Don't be surprised if the cat doesn't eat it the first two times they're presented to them--Avery did this. When the cats do taste them, they'll either turn their nose up at them or chow down. A good rule of thumb: cats who are young enough to still have a good sense of taste and love turkey will probably love these, but older cats--which often require stinkier food to be able to taste properly--will probably ignore them.
I recommend however breaking the larger chunks down, as cats can't chew (their jaws are incapable of moving side to side) and the freeze dried turkey can be hard for their teeth to shred properly.
July 31, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Petee Love the turkey too
We love these treats. They are natural with no toxic junk in them. Just pure protein. We really appreciate that the large size packs are a better deal than the small ones locally. It's our daily ritual to get these at night. If I forget then Petee will come and find me. Really likes them!
June 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by KerryBard Great Natural Product
I love giving my kitten Pure Bites, Turkey, a completely natural treat. The only ingredient is turkey - freeze dried turkey. No preservatives, no fillers, no other products. My kitten, Mr. Buttons loves them so much that he comes running when he hears me pick up the bag. I also give him the Pure Bites, Chicken.
June 17, 2016