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Pet Treater Cat Pack Review + Coupon – April 2020

The Pet Treater Cat Pack is a monthly subscription from the folks at Pet Treater offering toys and treats for your kitties. There are two subscription options to choose from:

  • The Cat Pack: $15/month for 3-4 hand-selected items, super fun toys, treats from the US and Canada, and extra goodies
  • The Multi-Cat Pack: $25/month for 5-8 hand-selected items, super fun toys, US & Canadian treats, and extra goodies

This review is of the regular Cat Pack for $15/month + free US shipping.

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

About Pet Treater Cat Pack

The Subscription Box: Pet Treater Cat Pack 

The Cost: $15 per month + free US 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 save 50% off your first box!

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 April 2020 Review

I used to 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 (except my sticker was missing this month, as it has been for several months — it’s possible they discontinued the stickers).

Buddy Biscuits, Chicken (3 oz) – Retail Value $3.95 (found here for $3.30)

These are semi-moist cat treats and all three of my cats think they are great. They come in a resealable bag for freshness, are grain-free, and are made in the US. I like this brand in general and also buy their dog cookies for my Rottweiler puppy.

Petrageous Wacky Birdie – Retail Value $8.99

These are supposed to light up on impact with the floor or a wall or something, and one of them did, but the other one didn’t. These are a good weight for tossing around because even though they’re larger, as you can see, the plastic has holes and the light-up heads aren’t very big. The cats were all interested in sniffing these but didn’t play with them much on camera. I think these might be better suited for a younger cat (Sneaky is about 12, Madison is about 13, and Monkey is about 14). When things let up a bit and my puppy is house-trained, I am thinking about getting a couple of kittens, though…


Lately there has been a kerchief in every Pet Treater Cat Pack. This one is an improvement, though, because it has finished edges (it’s not just cut from a bolt of fabric) and it is actually cat-sized. I’m not all that sure what it’s supposed to depict (rainbow poop?) but at least there are some bright colors.

“Dear Technology, You Are Being a Jerk” Magnet

I am not sure if this is an attempt at a “for your human” item for the Pet Treater Cat Pack (they do this for the large dog version) or if it is a replacement for the stickers we haven’t been getting lately, but I always like getting refrigerator magnets in subscription boxes and this one has a nice, large magnet surface so it really holds things up. Plus, you know, there is a cat drawing on it.

Brandless Cat Toy

I went looking for the Brandless website to get a price and found out that they have ceased operations. So these were closeouts or old stock. I mean, it’s a toy, not food, and the catnip still seemed to be fresh, judging by my cats’ reaction, so that doesn’t really matter, but if you are a fan of Brandless stuff, I guess you can’t get it any longer. These had an outer texture that Monkey liked, and of course there were feathers, which made Madison a fan.


From the Field Ultimate Blend Sample (Silvervine and Catnip) – Buy 2 oz for $7.99

This is just a sample size, definitely lower than 2 oz, although I’m not sure of the exact weight. Anyway, my cats love From the Field products. They seem to have very strong catnip, and of course this also has silvervine, another cat attractant that can work on cats for whom catnip is not a big deal. (Some cats, like Madison, like both!) This is a good size for refreshing a scratch pad or two and I know the kitties like it because we received this same sample last month as well.

Here are some kitty pictures for you:


Verdict: I was unable to calculate a total value for the April Pet Treater Cat Pack since I had trouble finding some of the items online. There were six items so each has an average value of about $2.50. As usual, there were a few closeouts and discount items and things that were hard to find online, but the treats were fresh and the kerchief was actually cat-sized, which was nice for a change, and we will always be able to use the catnip/silvervine sample.

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 save 50% off your first box!

Value Breakdown: At $15 per month for this subscription, you are paying approximately $2.50 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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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, Pet Treater Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Cats| Tags: pet treater cat pack | 2 comments

Comments (2)

  1. @Ragan – Speaking of pet kerchiefs, I think you should do a review of the “buddy bands” offered by MeUndies!! They are super soft and come in different sizes (fits necks 10” through 20”). $10 members, $14 nonmembers; listed in the “accessories” section under men’s or women’s.

    They have prints and solids (no rainbow poo prints). Their prints go VERY fast, but they seem to release new ones every week or so.

  2. The kerchief print definitely looks like rainbow poop. My 9 year old loves it and asked if I could find him some poop material and make him a mask with it. Lol. Great review as always!

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