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Pet Naturals of Vermont Calming Cat Chews

Pet Naturals of Vermont Calming Cat Chews

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    Crazy cat, a little less crazy

    By Lilia on Nov 23, 2020

    My cat often gets craziest as soon as I lay down for bed. It’s known that young/playful cats need to play throughout the day to let go of some of their energy. On days we don’t play, I get a few extra hours of sleep (if I’m lucky). If I do play with her a little before bed and after her dinner, I give My cat often gets craziest as soon as I lay down for bed. It’s known that young/playful cats need to play throughout the day to let go of some of their energy. On days we don’t play, I get a few extra hours of sleep (if I’m lucky). If I do play with her a little before bed and after her dinner, I give her one and have a wonderful night of sleep. Please note that some cats won’t like the size of the chews, I have to cut it into bits of about 4 smaller pieces of one chew. I have a 2 year old cat that’s on the heavier side and she still isn’t able to fully eat it unless I pre-cut it for her. Overall, I would recommend. … more

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    Wish they were softer treats

    By ShellyO on Nov 9, 2020

    I believe they do work though I wouldn't strongly recommend them. I had to crumble them in order for my cats to eat them. These treats feel like they should be soft and chewable but have turned hard. Watch your cat when he or she does eat them whole (if they're chewers). One of my cats choked not once I believe they do work though I wouldn't strongly recommend them. I had to crumble them in order for my cats to eat them. These treats feel like they should be soft and chewable but have turned hard. Watch your cat when he or she does eat them whole (if they're chewers). One of my cats choked not once but twice so it has to be the treat itself causing him to choke. I think when they become moist by saliva they become somewhat sticky and get stuck to the roof of their mouth. I did notice a sense of calm in my cats after they successfully got them down but they are too much of a pain to administer having to break them down into crumbly pieces and making sure that my cats don't have an obstruction in getting them down. They aren't all bad and probably would be worth the buy if they were soft and chewable treats but they are not. I had high hopes. … more

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