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Cat Person Box – Should We Review It?

Cat Person is a cat food subscription box:

Be the cat person of their dreams with monthly shipments of delicious, high-protein cat food delivered to your door. Save 10% on every order, and never worry about running out or schlepping to the store again!

Cat Person subscriptions are available for monthly shipments:

Sit back, relax and resume spooning your cats—their Meal Plan will arrive on your doorstep once a month. You can edit the recipes before it ships, adjust your ship date, or cancel anytime.

Cat Person is customised for your cat: 

  • Tell us about your cat’s current diet, and we’ll help you put together a custom Meal Plan full of recipes they’ll love.
  • The first box you’ll receive is our Starter Box, which includes 2 different wet and 1 dry food option. (Enough food to feed the average cat for 2 weeks.) Do they adore the tuna but abhor the beef? Adjust your plan accordingly.

The Box: Cat Person

The Cost: An average of $73.80 ($2.46/day ) per box + free shipping

COUPON: Get your Starter Box for $25! No coupon needed - just use this link.

The Products: 30 days of cat food

Ships to: United States


What do you think of this box? Would you like to see it reviewed? 

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Written by Mallory @ MSA

Mallory @ MSA

Mallory joined the MSA team in 2020. She focuses on engaging with our community online, through daily emails, and across our social media channels. Based in New York City, she can often be found biking through Central Park, scoping out under-the-radar coffee shops, and listening to the Hamilton cast album on an endless loop. Her current favorite subscriptions are Hello Fresh and Fabletics.

Posted in MSA Community, Should We Review?, Subscription Box News| Tags: cat-person | 26 comments

Comments (26)

  1. It’s cute, but no, it’s too expensive

  2. My cats are on a prescription diet so it’s a no from me too.

  3. So- normally this would be too expensive but I have 2 cats- one eats all the time & I’m trying to get her back to healthy weight & the other hardly eats! I’m open to trying new things so they’re healthy & happy. I’ll pay for high quality/less worry! Please review

    • Hi Wendy! Thanks for letting us now – we’re glad you’re excited for this one. 😊

  4. Yes, please review it! I tried it, my kitties liked the chicken pate really well, it’s softer than most of the canned cat food I can get locally. I noticed you can order just what you need when you want instead of a subscription, which is what I will probably do to have some on hand for a treat. For those having trouble finding a really wet/soft pate locally, try Weruva hydrating purées. Chewy also carries them. My cats love those!

  5. I do not work for this company and I have never received any endorsement from them. I do get my cats food there because my cats use to eat a different brand and it was discontinued. I tried different brands and they had all sorts of issues with there coats, digestion wouldn’t eat it etc. Then I tried this brand. Yes it is definitely more expensive but it’s a small start up and I’m hoping in time the price will come down.

  6. I hate to be a negative nelly here but this just seems ridiculous to me. The whole idea of this overpriced personalized cat food and that MSA would review it. I could see maybe doing one box to see what it’s all about but how would the reviews vary from month to month?

    • Thanks for asking, Randie! Cat Person has many different food varieties, including wet and dry food, as well as different proteins. Additionally, we have a few writers on our team that have cats and could each share their own experiences.

  7. We’ve got 40 rescues were currently feeding, plus our two indoor babies! What is Aldi? A store? None around here.

    • Meant as reply to Dea! And, please, review the box!

      • Aldi is a store, a grocery store. We have them here on the East coast. It is very similar to Lidl if you have one of those near you. And yes, please review this box 🙂

      • Thank you for the info! We don’t have the other store, either. Mississippi Gulf Coast.

  8. I think Ragan should review it 🙂

    • I’m thinking Jessica’s cat Duchess!

    • Thanks for the recommendation, Beka! We’ll pass this along 😉

  9. My cats tend not to like”‘gourmet” food. But I will try the Aldi’s. Love Chewy’s and the cats like the boxes.

  10. The price seems crazy, but yes, convenient. Actually, if I knew it would fix my current problem I might bite. Right now my cats are turning up their noses to ALL the types of food (wet) I’ve recently tried. They go for minced food w gravy. Hate peas (why do they put peas in most “natural” cat foods?) We’ve gone through most of what is at Petco. I’m pulling out my hair. There isn’t an Aldi near me, but maybe they ship?

    • Peas AND carrots! Carrot cubes in Meow Mix soft cups. Why???????? Button used to eat around the carrot cubes. They were too hard. She had no teeth. I wrote to the company and said: either purée them or take them out. Ha!

    • You might’ve already tried these options, but my fairly picky cats—who only like minced food with gravy (they refuse to eat pate for some reason)—like the following: 1) Royal Canin Adult Instinctive thin slices in gravy; 2) Blue Buffalo Healthy Gourmet flaked fish & shrimp in gravy (warning: smells *very* fishy; also, I mix in a bit of water to increase the gravy-ness); 3) Nulo Freestyle minced turkey & duck in gravy; 4) Fancy Feast Broths. Hope this helps—I know the picky-cat struggle is real!

      • THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!! That’s super helpful info. I’ll be trying them all!!

  11. WHOA… this is super expensive. I would never spend that much money on a food subscription for my cats. I mean, I love my cats and they get the Cat Lady Box each month and I feed them good cat food but purchase it from Chewy. There’s no need for an expensive cat food box… in fact, you shouldn’t be changing up cat food unless it’s changed gradually, so that worries me as well and I wouldn’t get this.

  12. I have two cats and would not use this service at this point in their lives so it would be a no on review for me. 🙂

  13. I feed nine cats on less than $73.80 per month, and that includes dry food, canned food, and tartar-control treats. But to each his own! By the way: See if your cat likes the canned food from Aldi (Heart to Tail is the brand name, or something like that). Mine love the blue label (seafood) one, and the price per can is lower than anything else I’ve seen.

    • Thanks for the referral! I wasn’t going to try the cat food @ Aldi’s, but everything else is so good, why wouldn’t that be? And my cat prefers fish, too.

    • I agree with Dea. And thanks for the Aldi tip! 😺 I have four fur babies, plus feeding a stray now. There are definitely many other options out there for feeding quality food at a lower price point. Obviously you’re paying for the convenience, but Chewy delivers as well and has every brand imaginable.

    • I second the Aldi tip! All 4 of my cats love the Aldi brand cat food & products.

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