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meowbox Cat Subscription Review + Coupon – March 2020

meowbox is a monthly subscription box for cats filled with fun, unique toys and natural, grain-free, organic, or locally-made treats.

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

They put your cats’ names inside the lid!

About meowbox

The Subscription Box: meowbox

The Cost: $22.95 a month with free shipping. You can also choose bi-monthly deliveries with free shipping.

COUPON: Use code ADDICTION to save 10% off all subscriptions!

The Products: 5-7 toys and treats per month for your cat.

Good to Know: meowbox will substitute non-food items for cats with special dietary requirements. (There is a box to check during the signup process if you want to do this.) And for every meowbox you buy, they give one can of food to a shelter cat!

Ships to: The US and Canada for free

meowbox March 2020 Review

meowbox has a lot of exclusive toys that are usually pretty popular with my cats. From my perspective, it’s nice to see some things that don’t turn up in other cat subscription boxes:

The information card typically just gives a URL for finding out more information about the items in the box. The picture is adorable, as usual. This month had a candy shop theme.

Hello Kitty Cat Tartar Control Treats (1.5 oz) – Retail Value $5

I had never seen cat treats branded with a Sanrio character before, but why not? These are made in the USA and come in a resealable package. Do they clean cats’ teeth? I don’t know. A lot of hard, crunchy treats make that claim. The most important thing, though, is that my cats like them. Sneaky will end up getting most of them before and after her asthma inhaler.

Gummy Worm 2-Pack

These are small toys with a stringy fur (don’t worry, it is tightly attached and the cats shouldn’t be able to get it off). They are small so they are good for tossing around, wrestling, etc. I have to say, I love all the bright colors this month although I doubt my cats care (they seem to be more into textures but I don’t think cats can see much color).

Bouncin’ Gumballs Finger Dangler

This has feathers and fuzzy gumballs and several of the cats had fun with it. Sneaky also likes the plastic ring that you hold on your finger (she’s weird like that). You’ll usually get a wand or dangler toy in meowbox and they’re always so cute. This also has ribbons (which are securely attached).

Gummy Bears Cat Toy

This has a smooth surface and it crinkles a bit, plus it has feathers. This is more of a Madison toy although I saw Monkey playing with it today, as well. meowbox really went all-out on the different textures this month, while remaining true to a theme (but still making the items interesting to cats — it can be a hard balance to strike).

Sushi’s Sweet Shop Silvervine Felt Ice Cream Cone

This was probably the most loved item of the month. It is a very simple felt ice cream cone stuffed with only silvervine (maybe there is catnip too, I forget). Madison and Monkey went nuts over this. You can see some pictures of Madison rolling around with it below.

Here are some kitty photos:


Verdict: I couldn’t calculate a total value for March’s meowbox because most of the items weren’t yet for sale in their shop. They will likely show up later, however, sometimes it takes them a few weeks. This was a good box for my kitties, though. There were feathers and silvervine and a dangler and the treats were good and the toys came in all different sizes and shapes and textures — and yet everything stuck to a theme.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? It may be too late for the March box, so your subscription would likely start with April, but you can buy some of the individual items from the meowbox store; just wait a week or two for the items to show up as they’re not listed yet.

COUPON: Use code ADDICTION to save 10% off all subscriptions!

Value Breakdown: At $22.95 for the subscription plus free shipping, you are paying approximately $4.59 per item.

Check out our past meowbox reviews and other great cat subscriptions in the Pet Subscription Box List!

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Written by 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).

Posted in Pet Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Cats| Tags: meowbox | 6 comments

Comments (6)

  1. No angus? Is he okay 🙁

  2. Hi Ragan, thank you for the great review. Madison, Monkey and Sneaky sure look like they approve of this box! Seems like a well-chosen selection of toys, and the dental treats seem well-received. Gorgeous photos, thank you. Hoping you and the rest of the family are doing ok in these difficult times.

    • Thanks, we are fine. My husband and I can both work from home so no loss of income. Also kind of liking wearing my pajamas all day. Got a puppy a few weeks ago so she is keeping us busy as well. (Naturally my fixed retainer has come unbonded from two teeth and I can’t go to the dentist or orthodontist until June so I may have to cut it out myself, in fact the orthodontist recommended that…but that is not such a big problem in the scope of things.)

  3. Hello Kitty for my kitties! My husband is rolling his eyes but I am so excited. Another great review and I always enjoy your kitty photos.

  4. Awww beautiful kitties.

    • The dangler toys work great attached to a long stick or fishing pole. I hide them behind a piece of furniture.

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