Rescue Box Cat Edition is a monthly cat box that provides quality toys and treats for your furry loved ones. RescueBox works with GreaterGood to provide vaccines to dogs, cats, and occasionally horses. Each box purchased helps shelter pets. The subscriber options show exactly what will be donated as the result of your subscription. The absolute minimum is a month subscription purchase which results in five pounds of food donated along with 2 vaccines for two shelter pets. It’s a meowvelous box for your kitties that is helping other kitties waiting for their new forever home.
The information card is on top of the themed paper. Little Lamb came over as soon as I opened the box.
He discovered the catnip pillow right away! He enjoyed having the first look of the box.
The information card describes the impact that GreaterGood and RescueBox have on charities. My only quibble is that it would be nice to read about a cat charity because this is the cat edition.
The information card contains the items, manufacturers, prices, and descriptions. It also has a picture of a cute kitten at the top of the card!
Here are the items in the August Cat RescueBox. Both Little Lamb and Whiskers were hovering in the background waiting for me to open up the treats.
The Cat Toy Burlap Bag with Catnip by Kirslin ($4.00 on information card, $6.71 on Amazon) has a great catnip scent. The textured pillow is the perfect kind for kitty paws to play with as they throw it and roll around with it. It contains USA catnip.
The Nip-Stick by FFD Pet ($9.00 on information card, $5.99 on FFD website) has that pure catnip scent. A few of the ingredients that it contains are beeswax, coconut oil, and catnip oil. It can be used on scratchers, toys, and even on kitty paws!
Little Lamb loved the scent. He sniffed it over for a few minutes. Sylvester, the long hair tuxedo cat, chilled out on the cat condo with his paws up in the air after I dabbed some on his paws. Little Lamb kept sniffing everything when I applied it to his paws.
The Catviar Gourmet Cat Treats (3 oz, $9.00) contain whole salmon, herring and shrimp as its first three ingredients. It does bother me that the packaging and ingredient list does not match what is on the website that I linked to in this post.
Whiskers is enjoying the made in the USA treats. Little Lamb refused to eat them. This is before I saw the difference in the ingredient lists.
The Crazy Tail Motorized String Toy ($18.00 on information card, $10.99 on Chewy with a list price of $18.99) has a suction cup on the back allowing the toy to stick to the wall. Press the nose which causes the string to spin. We were unable to get it to stick to the wall, plus I am not sure if it is good for the toy to grab the string while it is spinning. I can hear the engine straining while the cat is keeping the string from spinning. It did come with batteries.
The Paws Galore Ceramic Bracelet by the Animal Rescue Site ($7.00 on information card, on sale for $4.99) has beautiful handpainted ceramic paw print beads. It is an elastic stretch band fair-trade bracelet that is handmade and is fair-trade in Cuzco, Peru. My sister claimed it!
My sister took the cat pictures this time. Let’s see how they fared with the box. The pictures are taken in natural lighting with the kitties laying on an old comforter.
Sylvester is watching the string spin around on the Crazy Toy Motorized String Toy.
Puss in Boots jumped up and grabbed the string! The motor is straining while he is holding the string.
Sylvester decided to try his luck with the Cat Toy Burlap Bag. I need to mend the comforter!
Puss in Boots liked the toy too!
Little Lamb grabbed the string! Now what?
Little Lamb does what he does best. He is practicing his model look.
Garfield is kicking it old school. He is rubbing his head against the catnip toy.
No one gets between Garfield and his catnip!
The kitties enjoyed the August RescueBox Cat edition. They had fun playing with their toys. Whiskers loved the Catviar treats. We will be using the Nip-Stick to freshen up the scratching pads. My sister loved the bracelet. Overall, it is a good box that gives back to charities while providing a variety of items for you and your kitties to enjoy.
The Description: RescueBox is a monthly subscription of toys, treats, chews and more, that will make your pet fall head over paws in love with you! From treat lovers, to strong chewers, we hand-pick each box with your pet in mind. We put a great deal of thought into the making of each box and only use the highest quality products! We work with our charitable partners who are on the ground tirelessly helping animals that need your help the most.
The Price: $29.95 per month
The Categories: Cat Subscription Boxes, Dog Subscription Boxes, Pet Subscription Boxes. Subscription Boxes for Large Dogs, Subscription Boxes for Medium Dogs, Subscription Boxes for Small Dogs, Subscription Boxes That Donate To Charity.
The Reviews: See all our Rescue Box Reviews.