Pet Treater Cat Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2019
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About Pet Treater
The Subscription Box: Pet Treater Cat Pack
The Cost: $15 per month on a month-to-month plan. Tennessee residents will have to pay 9.5% sales tax.
The Products: Treats and toys for your cat(s).
Ships to: US (free)
Pet Treater February 2019 Review
I sometimes find the dog version of Pet Treater a little bit random but the cat version (maybe because it is smaller) is often a little more focused.
There’s not a traditional information card with this subscription, but you get a couple of inserts including a humorous sticker.
Penn Plax Cat Life Cat Toy Bee and Fly Asst.
Although I did find this item via a Google image search, it took me on a train of affiliate links that ultimately ended on a sketchy third-party seller page on the Walmart website that proclaimed this coast over $17 but was out of stock. This is not a $17 item. However, it is a catnip toy with a couple of interesting textures and projections (legs, wings) that my cats seemed interested in sniffing, and that is worth something, at least.
Hagen Aerosol Catnip Spray (5 oz)
A search of this item, meanwhile, takes you to the manufacturer’s website, where you find that it is no longer made, so I guess this is a closeout. At any rate, the sprayer works and Monkey reacted to some cardboard I sprayed to test this out, so it seems to be good. It will be useful for refreshing some toys and scratch pads.
Catit Nibbly Cat Treats, Chicken Flavor (3.2 oz) – Retail Value $3.99
This treat is new to me although I received different flavors of it in two cat subscription boxes this month. It’s a good thing the cats like it! These are small, hard treats and Sneaky is getting most of them to entice her into the bathroom for her asthma inhaler. (The expiration date was nearly a year in the future.)
Jackson Galaxy Big Bobbler – Retail Value $4.99
This had feathers and my cats really like feathers. It’s a bit heavy for them to toss around, but it’s good for them to knock around by batting at the feathers (or chewing on the features, as some of mine did…). The feathers seem securely attached.
Here are the obligatory cat pictures:
Angus views the wobbler with suspicion, then comes up to investigate.
Angus rubs his face on the bee (?) toy.
Madison likes feathers.
And here he demonstrates that he does, in fact, have a face.
Monkey sniffs a toy and a treat. He did end up eating this. (He is not always food motivated.)
Sneaky says to dispense with the toys and just give her food and if I don’t give her food, she will pry it from my fingers with her claws.
Mr. Kitty was a bit cranky. He had pancreatitis at the time of these pictures, we just didn’t know it yet (I took him to the vet later on). He also had TAPEWORMS. I have no idea where they came from, but he has been treated and is on the mend.
Verdict: I was unable to calculate a total value for the February 2019 Pet Treater Cat Pack since I had trouble finding two of the items online (they seem to be closeouts). I don’t mind older toys as long as they are unused, and the treats were fresh (and appreciated by several cats). This subscription costs $15 per month so the average price per item is about $3.75 and that seems reasonable considering the two items I was able to find prices for cost more than that.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you’d receive March’s package as your first shipment. Also, there may be some variation among boxes sent during the same month.
Value Breakdown: At $15 per month for this subscription, you are paying approximately $3.75 per item.
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What do you think of the February 2019 Pet Treater box? Do you subscribe to any dog or cat boxes?