|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Tuna With Chicken Recipe: Water, Tuna, Chicken...||Tuna: Water, Tuna, Tapioca...||Tuna, Broth (Water, Natural Scallop Flavor...||Water, Tuna, Tapioca...||Tuna Recipe: Water, Tuna, Tapioca Starch...|
|Food Flavor||Chicken, Tuna, Poultry, Seafood & Fish||Chicken, Tuna, Poultry, Seafood & Fish||Chicken, Tuna, Poultry, Seafood & Fish||Tuna, Seafood & Fish||Seafood & Fish, Tuna|
|Packaging Type||Variety Pack||Variety Pack||—||—||—|
I was introduced to these cat treats at my vet office. They pulled one out, let my cat try it, and he loved it so much that he literally continued to lick it while having his blood drawn. I immediately went home and ordered some. My other cat loves them as well.
Sal and Sabby's cat sitter first gave them this treat - and now it's a permanent fixture for them. It can get expensive, so buying in bulk is helpful. They have their own room, where they sleep at night, or whenever a human isn't available to watch them (otherwise, they get into mischief!), so this is a special night-time treat to help them go to their bedroom. They definitely recommend!
My cats really like the taste of Inaba Churu. I bought a different brand of puree (Hartz )first and my cats loved them. So I gave a try with Inaba Churu because they are on sale, it’s turns out my cats equally love this brand. Really satisfied with the food.
Our ill little girl (with Lymphoma), loves those. We have her on chemo, methimazole for hyperthroidism and predisolone. She is frail and it is important to get her to eat. She enjoys these very much!
My cats LOVE Churu treats! They get them after a nail trimming or flea meds and on special occasions. I put them in a bowl and they are gone in seconds because they love them so much! I just wish they weren't so expensive so I could give them to my boys more often.
This is the best of the lickable treats I have tried. It is thick enough that it does not drip all over the place. It must taste great to a cat as my two cats who are not buddies will patiently sit quietly and take turns. My injured cat will let me work with her injured limb as long as she has a Churu to lick from. Great stuff!
My girl Lakiya is 12 years old and has never liked any treats. I tried these before but nothing. Tried again about a year ago and she went crazy for them. They are quite pricey but thankfully she's the only one who seems to like them, the other cats like crispy treats, so it isn't too bad. When Chewy had the 1/2 off sale I couldn't pass it up and bought the limit.
I have a hospice foster with kidney disease. His vet said to feed him anything he will eat. It's been a challenge but he loves these. Pricey when you have 23 cats but worth it when you see how he enjoys them.
My cats (4) will not eat this treat/food. I have a 20-year-old siamese cat that needs food that is mostly gravy since he is not able to eat solid foods. These treats would have to be his leading food. But he will not eat this food, and neither will my three other cats. I would not recommend these "treats"
All three of my cats love these (6 months, 2 years, and 4 years). I started giving this to my cats as a way to get them to socialize together using food as a reward (the youngest two are best friends; the 4-year-old is a loner and wants nothing to do with the younger cats), now they all appear in the living room at 9pm for their treat. They all like different foods (of course!) but this is the one thing they can all agree on!