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Pet Treater Cat Subscription Review + Coupon – August 2019

Ragan Buckley
ByRagan BuckleySep 24, 2019 | 4 comments

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Box Front

Pet Treater Cat Pack
3.4 overall rating
9 Ratings | 0 Reviews

The Pet Treater Cat Pack is a monthly subscription from the folks at Pet Treater offering toys and treats for your kitties.

My Subscription Addiction paid for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - All Content

About Pet Treater Cat Pack

The Subscription Box: Pet Treater Cat Pack 

The Cost: $15 per month + free shipping on a month-to-month plan. Tennessee residents will have to pay 9.5% sales tax. A one-time box is also available for $17.

COUPON: Use code CATPACK50 to (50% OFF the first month).

The Products: Treats and toys for your cat(s).

Ships to: the lower 48 states of the USA. This does not include APO/FP/DOD addresses.

Pet Treater Cat Pack August 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:

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Booklet Front Top Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Booklet Back TopPet Treater Cat August 2019 - Sticker Top

There’s not a traditional information card with this subscription, but you get a couple of inserts including a humorous sticker. Sometimes there is also product literature although this month there wasn’t.

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Kerchief Top

Kerchief

If you’ve been reading the reviews of the dog version of Pet Treater, you’ll know that for the past few months, they’ve been sending “kerchiefs” where it’s just a triangle of fabric cut out of a bolt of cloth, with unfinished edges. Now they’ve done that with the cat version. I am totally cool with funny hats, costumes, etc. for my cats, but I kind of want ones that are more professionally made as opposed to someone cutting fabric with pinking shears. This is going to fray if washed and isn’t really made to last. This one is supposed to be glow in the dark but I know from past experience that my photography skills aren’t cut out to actually show good glow in the dark photos, although it’s actually something I’m working on.

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Cat Selfie Sticker Packed Front Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Cat Selfie Sticker Top

Cat Selfie Kit – Retail Value $6.99

So. A “selfie,” is, by definition, a photo you take of yourself, and cats and dogs can’t do that. But, terminology aside, I do like taking funny cat and dog photos. My cats don’t seem to get it, though, as you will see below. There was something in here that looked like a strip of paper but it had little sticky dots on it so you could attach some of the props to the sticks. I found that at least two sticky dots were needed per prop. I think my favorite part was the shaming board, and I did come up with something to write on it, which you will see below.

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Suction Front

Whisker City Wobble Poof with Suction

I couldn’t find this for sale online. Whisker City is a common brand but this item may be discontinued or a closeout. (Doesn’t really matter for toys, though, to be honest.) I couldn’t get the suction cup to stick to the refrigerator very well but we will try a different surface. In the meantime, the kitties did like the fluffy ball at the end.

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Vital Treats Packed Top

Vital Essentials Freeze Dried Duck Liver (0.9 oz) – Retail Value $5.49 (found here for $4.94)

I have recently discovered that Angus can eat freeze dried duck liver. (I learned this by offloading Mr. Kitty’s leftover freeze dried duck liver on Angus and watching the litter box, which was fine.) So I let him try this. But it has a slightly different texture from what he was used to and he didn’t end up eating it. Not to worry, Sneaky was up to the challenge. (For what it’s worth, this is the brand Angus likes. It’s also a little less expensive.)

Here are your gratuitous cat photos for August:

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Angus Front 1

Angus wouldn’t let me use this properly…

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Angus Front 2

He liked the toy with the puff ball.

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Angus Close Up 1 Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Angus Close Up 2

He put the treat in his mouth but dropped it again. Oh well.

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Madison Front

Madison doesn’t understand the “selfie” kit either.

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Madison Close Up

But I got a good tongue picture while he was eating a treat.

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Monkey Front

Monkey models the kerchief.

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Monkey Close Up

And he gets ready to eat a treat.

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Sneaky Front

Shaming Sneaky. I wrote this just for her. (She doesn’t have a UTI and the box wasn’t too full. She is just bad sometimes.)

Pet Treater Cat August 2019 - Sneaky Close Up

She is sure happy here, though!

Verdict: I was unable to calculate a total value for the August 2019 Pet Treater Cat Pack since I had trouble finding any of the items online. There were four items, though, which makes the average price per item about $3.75. I do hope the cut-from-the-bolt fabric kerchief trend does not continue, but based on what is happening with Pet Treater for dogs, I’m afraid it might. I had fun trying to use the selfie kit, even if the cats didn’t understand it. The shaming board is dry erase and came with a dry erase marker so I may be taking more of those photos in the future. The toy was a hit and Sneaky, especially, liked the treats.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, your first pack will ship immediately filled with the most popular fan favorites. Also, there may be some variation among boxes sent during the same month.

COUPON: Use code CATPACK50 to (50% OFF the first month).

Value Breakdown: At $15 per month for this subscription, you are paying approximately $3.75 per item.

Check out my past reviews of the Pet Treater Cat Pack or see lots of other great boxes for cats!

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What do you think of the August 2019 Pet Treater Cat Pack? Do you subscribe to any dog or cat boxes?

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Ragan Buckley
Ragan Buckley
Ragan stumbled across My Subscription Addiction in late 2013 and immediately subscribed to way too many beauty boxes. She's now focused on boxes for her cats and dog, vegan/vegetarian food boxes, and craft subscriptions (and she didn't give up beauty boxes entirely).

Ragan Buckley
Ragan Buckley
Ragan stumbled across My Subscription Addiction in late 2013 and immediately subscribed to way too many beauty boxes. She's now focused on boxes for her cats and dog, vegan/vegetarian food boxes, and craft subscriptions (and she didn't give up beauty boxes entirely).
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4 comments

Adeline

Loved the review, got a good chuckle. Cat shaming was hilarious

Cindy

Awwww such beautiful cats!

Beccaox

I couldnt get the suction cop toy to work on anything. It would stick for a few second and pop off. The suction cup rubber appears to issue as its folding on the bottom rather than being flat

Ragan

I mostly used it as an interactive toy because they took more interest in it if it was moving. Most suction cup toys don’t stick to anything for me, or a heavy cat will just bring it down if I do get it up temporarily.

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