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Pet Treater Cat Pack Review + 50% Off Coupon – March 2021

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 U.S. and Canada, and extra goodies
  • The Multi-Cat Pack: $25/month for 5-8 hand-selected items, super fun toys, U.S. & Canadian treats, and extra goodies

This review is of the regular Cat Pack for $15/month + free U.S. 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 U.S. shipping on a month-to-month plan. Tennessee residents will have to pay a 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 March 2021 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 more focused:

 

There’s not a traditional information card with this subscription, but you get a couple of inserts. This month there were some coupons as well:

 

On to the items:

Kerchief

Every month there is a kerchief. I’m lucky in that I have a cat (Monkey) who will wear these without much fuss, but if your cat is resistant, that is something to keep in mind before subscribing (unless you happen to have a small dog, in which case perhaps your dog could wear them instead). Anyway, this one has a nautical theme. I like that they’ve started providing kerchiefs with finished edges, which is way more professional than fabric cut straight from the bolt, which is what they used to do. But I would like to see a little hat or costume or something a bit more entertaining every now and then.

Petlinks Kitty Pillar – Retail Value $6.99

If you are thinking this looks dirty, that’s because there was some powdered gunk of some kind all over the inside of my package this month. No idea what it is. (At first, I thought the treat bag had come open, but that does not appear to be what happened, since the treats smelled quite strong and the powder did not.) Anyway, moving on, this is an all-catnip plush with a variety of different textures (soft, burlap, and the antennae/legs) which is something my cats are generally quite fond of, and they did like this as well.

Pet Treater Branded Fish Kicker

This had a tag that said Pet Treater and I cannot find it for sale online. It is nice if Pet Treater is getting into making toys, but I’m pretty sure there are laws about including the fiber content on the tag, and this did not have that information, so that is something they need to get on top of before they have anything else manufactured. Anyway, this was not packaged in any way but it feels like it has standard stuffing and most likely has some catnip as well, based on my cats’ reaction. This is mostly a Monkey toy; he’s my cat most interested in kickers. I did not capture active play on film but this has moved around some from where I put it for the cats to have access so there is clearly some interest.

Nandi Cape Fish Freeze Dried Meat (2 oz) – Retail Value $11.99

We got a coupon for this brand in the box, as you will have seen above. However, I couldn’t get the website to load properly, so I’ve linked to the Amazon listing. This is a nice idea because cape fish is something that doesn’t appear in many cat foods/treats available in the U.S. (it’s caught in South Africa) so American pets shouldn’t have allergies. As expected, Sneaky liked this a lot, the boys not so much. You may need to break up some of the larger pieces before giving them to your cat. Also it is really smelly (fish smell, nothing unexpected).

Gratuitous cat photos:

 

(Sneaky is the calico, Madison is black, and Monkey is tan and white.)

 

Verdict: I was unable to calculate a total value for the March Pet Treater Cat Pack since not all of the items were available online. Overall this was not a bad month for the Pet Treater Cat Pack. The treats were new (both brand and specific item) and if Pet Treater is now making toys, we will start to see more custom items and fewer closeouts in this subscription, and I think that’s a great development. I’m still not super enthusiastic about the kerchiefs, and I kind of didn’t like the powdery crud that was all over the inside of my envelope but on the other hand, it’s certainly not the first time I’ve had a huge mess inside a subscription box (here and here are my greatest hits in that area) and as long as it doesn’t happen repeatedly I won’t be too upset.

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 $3.75 per item.

Check out my past reviews of the Pet Treater Cat Pack or discover 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 | 4 comments

Comments (4)

  1. Hi!! I was wondering if your Kitty Pillar came with an open stomach as well with all the cat nip inside? Not sure if my kitty needs a new one or if thats how its supposed to go!! Love your review!! My kitty absolutely loves the fish toy and treats!

  2. Monkey looks SO handsome in his kerchief! The “kitty pillar” toy reminds me of an axolotl, which would fit the aquatic theme!

  3. Girl, I am TIRED. I read the post title as “Pet Theater.” 😂

    (Of course, since you always include cute photos of your cats playing with their new toys, I feel like I’m not 100% wrong…)

    • I don’t even read the reviews! I just go to the cat photos.

      Wish Jessica would add photos of her cat when she’s reviewing skincare boxes. No context necessary. Because, KITTY (and I have a particular weakness for “cowspot” cats).

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