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Shades of Gray Indigenous Pet Treats

Mega Cat Bundle

Mega Cat Bundle

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Shades of Gray Indigenous Pet Treats Mega Cat Bundle, the ultimate treat assortment for your feline friend! Here's what's included:

  • Indigenous Strips: A bag of 100g Indigenous Strips, packed with natural goodness and essential nutrients to keep your cat healthy and satisfied.

  • Rabbit Ears or Rabbit Feet:  A bag of Rabbit Ears or Rabbit Feet, offering a crunchy and delicious snack option for your cat to enjoy.

  • Indigenous Cat Treats: A bag of Indigenous Cat Treats, crafted with care and made from 100% natural ingredients, providing a wholesome and irresistible treat experience.

  • Seasonal Cat Treats: Two bags of seasonal cat treats, featuring flavours like Bison, Elk, or Venison, allowing your cat to indulge in a variety of tastes.

  • Rabbit Rolls: A bag of 10-piece Rabbit Rolls, made from pure rabbit meat and offering a nutritious snack option for your furry friend.

  • Seasonal Rolls: Another bag of 10-piece seasonal rolls, featuring flavouurs like Beaver, Bison, Elk, or Venison, adding even more variety to your cat's treat selection.

Each treat in our Mega Cat Bundle is made from 100% natural ingredients, carefully dehydrated, and crafted from a single ingredient raised without antibiotics. This bundle allows you to sample our most popular products, helping you determine which treats are the biggest hits with your furry friends.

Spoil your cat with Shades of Gray Indigenous Pet Treats Mega Cat Bundle and watch them purr with delight at every flavourful bite!

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Lisa
Fussy Cats

I appreciate that this is a Canadian Indigenous company and that they don't use chicken or turkey, to which one of my cats is allergic. I was surprised that all the treats were hard. I had expected the rolls to be softer. My male cat didn't like them. He would show interest and lick them, but that's about it. My female cat enjoyed the treats when they were broken up and mixed with her food, which is great because she doesn't usually like her food. She also was obsessed with the rabbit foot treat, but didn't eat it - she just licked it and kept it away from her brother. Maybe because they are indoor cats, they are not accustomed to eating hard food. I will try the toppers and freeze-dried treats next time.