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A Review On: Whiskas Temptations Treats for Cats

Whiskas Temptations Treats for Cats

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Pros: cats loved them

Cons: cats were sick after eating them

I'm not happy with anything that seems addictive and these definitely were, more than Dreamies, which actually my two prefer. They have only been sick three times in 11 months, one was swallowing a feather from a toy (now I ban all toys with feathers) and the other two was after eating Temptations. So they too are banned. There's something not entirely right about them to make two very different cats very sick within half an hour of eating them.


My cats LOVE the Temptations and I have to work hard to keep my four cats from gorging 4 AM my cat Archie starts to swat my nose (gently)  to wake me up in order to give him Temptations treats. Soon the other 3 rouse themselves and get in line. Before long they each get a small handful and allow me to get a few more hours of sleep. This has turned into a daily ritual and if I don't have any treats, I start to get little nibbles and nips from spoiled cats.
   The only real issue I have regarding the Temptations, besides being highly addictive to cats, is that sometimes they get sick and yak (the informal SW Pennsylvania definition of vomit) from the treats. I haven't noticed this from other brands and it seems restricted to the Temptations treats. Of course, the cats would never be satiated with 5 or 6 treats...more like 15-20 as a handful...with a few rounds for the furry fiends. In summary:
     My cats love the Temptations to the point that they appear addicted, and the treats seem to make them sick more than most other brands of cat treats and goodies. I usually only buy the yellow (chicken), blue (fish), red (beef?), and green (unknown) flavors. The chicken flavor seems to be a little harder on their stomachs than the other flavors, but that is by my opinion only.
Jim M  -  M as in MMmmmmm... yummy!
When you spoke of your cat seeming "addicted" to those treats, I related to that issue since Penny had this insatiable desire for Science Diet dry kibble and at one point she almost refused to eat her regular fancy feast cat food but only wanted that!  I had to hold back on the Science Diet a bit until she let go of this craving although I do give it to her at times, but not too much.  I did buy Whiskers Temptations, chicken flavor, and she seems to enjoy that but not as much as she does the Science Diet.  They are all so very different.. just as we are.  
Wishing all a pleasant and peaceful day.
Bobbie Sue