Delighting Cats Around the World
Each delicious, creamy 0.5 oz. Churu tube contains 91% moisture and only six calories – which is a tenth of the calories of a traditional dry cat treat serving. That makes them a healthy snack you can feel good about feeding your kitty!
Free From the Bad Stuff
Your cat’s well-being is important, so Churu is made without grains, preservatives, artificial colors or carrageenan. Churu does contain taurine for overall health, vitamin E for immunity and a smidge of green tea extract for an antioxidant boost.
An Interactive Treat for Cats Since 2012
Churu was designed to be fed directly from the tube to help support a strong bond between people and their cats. They can also be used to help show feral kittens and cats that humans are safe by teaching them to associate people with yummy treats instead of danger. All types of kitties will come running when they hear the rustle of these easy-tear tubes!
High in Moisture Cats Need for Health
Water is very important to your cat’s health. Wild cats stay hydrated by getting moisture from their food, but domestic cats often need extra moisture, especially if they eat a primarily dry food diet. Dehydration in cats can lead to health issues like UTIs, FLUTD and CKD. A diet that includes moisture-rich foods and treats like INABA Churu Cat Treats can help prevent dehydration.
INABA’s creamy, lickable purees are made from high-quality ingredients like farm-raised chicken and wild-caught tuna.
Tasty Toppers and Snacks
Use as a hydrating, tempting topper for kibble, to disguise the flavor of medicine, or as a reward after giving pills.
Available in 19 Flavors
Whether your cat prefers plain chicken or complex flavors like tuna with bonito flakes, there’s a Churu for her!
INABA Churu for Kittens
Start the bonding process early – Churu for Kittens has calcium, DHA from fish oil and EPA for healthy development.
Fun and Functional Treats
INABA Churu for Skin & Coat
INABA has taken their original creamy Churu puree and packed it with omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids to help maintain healthy skin and a shiny coat. Available in four flavors and in a 50-count Variety Jar.
INABA Churu for Hairball Control
A creamy puree treat designed to aid hairball control, this is the original Churu formula with added insoluble vegetable fiber to support healthy digestion and help control hairballs.
Started in Japan in 1805 by Mr. Yoshizo Inaba, INABA has continued to build on its seafood harvesting heritage for eight generations. Since 1958, pet parents have entrusted INABA with the honor of providing high-quality, nutrient-rich treats for their pets. Today, their premium treats are available throughout the world, promoting important bonding experiences – and fun! – for pets and their people.
My sweet girl is so picky about treats. We have a senior dog who gets “treats” to take his arthritis medicine. My cat, Jules always acts so interested in the meat but never eats it. We’ve tried roast, chicken, shrimp, etc. she won’t eat it. She does love salmon though. I tried these after seeing Hannah Shaw, the kitten lady gives these to her cats and fosters. My Jules scarfed it right up! I am so exited to have a little treat for her.
I don't know what's in there, but it drives my cats crazy. I've never seen any of them refuse. When they see me picking up the packaging they are hallucinated behind me and eat with a lot of voracity.
I am so greatful to have read the reviews and try this nutritional treat for my four legged family! These treats are in high demand and they purr sooo very loud!
My cat has early stage kidney disease in there's not a lot of treats out there that are low in sodium or in the range that she can have them and she just loves them it's so much easier giving her medicine with these
My cats love this lockable product! I feliously call it cat crack because they go crazy over it when I give it to them. They want to eat it like an entree rather than a treat. My cat, behind my back, got on the kitchen and opened the bag and squeeze pack by himself. I am going broke buying it so often for him. But, of course, he alwaysgets more.
So eventually they liked it. One DID lick from the plastic container but the other wanted it smeared on the floor :( It's too fiddly for me though. I'll go back to Temptation treats. But this product could help "gentle" a cat and get them used to human interaction, I think. My two are far too comfortable already.
Because I was worried about the kittens diet of only eating hard food and one acting like it needed more, I saw this treat at the Vets. Most natural of any I have found. They are crazy for it. Also, it adds more moisture to their diet.
The look and smell of these makes me want to barf. I have to feed them to my cat all at once on a plate so I can run away or outside lol it’s probably not as awful for most people but it grosses me out like nothing else. It’s like fishy smelling gogurt. But my kitten goes nuts for these. LOVES them more than any other treat so far. A very good high value treat for training. We are doing leash training outside with them. While I can’t stand them… they’re a great treat for cats and I will unfortunately repurchase.
My cat loves these and she comes down and sits and stares at me until she gets here treat! Will be reordering monthly!
I put the treats on top of the catfood to get them to eat the catfood. But the treats are the first to go!