Purr-Packs is a monthly cat subscription that is run by a team of dedicated kitty owners that specializes in finding new and innovative products for your cats. They realize that one size does not fit every cat family and offer four different plans with customization available. The Slim Pack contains 4-5 toys. The Teaser Pack contains 5-7 items and includes toys, treats, and surprises. The Fun and Love Pack contains 7-9 items and includes toys, treats, and surprises. The pack can be customized with flavors, colors and more. The Multi-Cat Mega-Pack includes at least nine items that are toys, treats, and surprised. It also can be customized by flavors, colors and more. All treats are made in the USA and each size pack is gift ready. Purr-Packs donates at least 10% of all retail subscription profits to local and national rescue and/or adoption programs.
You’ll be able to set up your treat preference when you check out. Personalize the box by listing your cats’ names on the box along with filling out the flavor profile and coat profile.
FYI – Purr-Packs has made improvements to their website. You can now select how often you want your box shipped. Shipping charges are $4.95 to the United States. There are additional shipping charges to the UK and Canada. A fourth selection has been added for kitties that want toys only. The change that I find to be the most innovative is that you can now select your shipping date. Go to your account, click ship now, and that date will be your new shipping date going forward.
The kitties are excited. Little Lamb was ready to rip open the Greenies.
This month the contents of the box are listed online. I am not a fan of having the contents listed online because our farm has poor internet service. Rural areas are still struggling to receive decent internet service. The kitties and I are a fan of the “Purr is the new Boo! This Meowlloween!”
The kitties are going to be purring a lot while playing with the toys from the October Purr Pack.
The kitties are going to love the Savvy Tabby Luxe Faux Fur Mice – 2 Pack ($3.77). Tail and feathers are a favorite of theirs. The Multipet Talking Frog ($1.95) receives my vote as the most annoying cat toy. It is loud and is touch sensitive. It is heading up to the farm. The cats ignored it.
Sylvester and Puss in Boots went mad for the Mad Cat Meowstache Toys ($5.99. The toys contained a catnip and silverine mix that drove the kitties wild. The cats rolled around with the Crinkle Ball Cat Toy ($0.65).
I laughed when I saw this because I bought the Jumbo Skinneeez for Cats Squirrel Toy ($6.31) last month as a gift for the pets. I will send the extra one up to the farm for the other kitties to enjoy. The Squirrel toy is jumbo! It measures 12 inches.
Every good Halloween box needs a Zanies Skedaddles Spider ($6.57). I thought that the spider would move forward, but it moves backward. Makes sense, I guess, if you are facing your cat when playing with the toy. No need to put your hands in the swipe zone.
The Greenies Dental Treats – Catnip Flavor (2.5 oz, $1.94) made the cats purr with delight. I was unable to verify if Greenies is still made in the USA. Purr Packs ships only USA-made treats so hopefully they are still made in the USA. I do not know why pet companies do not make it clear where their treats are manufactured. It is a concern for pet owners.
The Merrick Backcountry Freeze-Dried Raw Treats – Chicken (1 oz, $2.49) were a hit with the kitties. Merrick explains that none of their ingredients are sourced from China. Most items are sourced from the USA with a few exceptions such as lamb from New Zealand. The Made in the USA treats were a big hit with the kitties.
The cats love their scratch pad with catnip (approx $10.00). They use their scratching pads often.
Time to see what the kitties think of their Meowlloween Box. They are laying on an old comforter in natural light. My flash did go off a few times which is why the kitties have their eyes closed in a lot of the photos.
Tiger Lilly is the newest addition to the clan. She was found out on the streets with babies. She ended up living with us because her babies were adopted but not her. I wonder about her back story because she is comfortable in a multi-pet, young children household.
Garfield came by to test the scratching pad. Then he laid on top of the information card and did not want to be disturbed.
Whiskers is posing with her ball.
Wonder Cat decided it matched his outfit.
Sylvester played with the Meowstache most of the time. He rolled around with it.
Whiskers played for a few more minutes and then left. She tends to bathe the cats instead of playing with toys.
Puss in Boots is happy to take his grandmother’s place.
He has one paw on the other Meowstache and the feather toy in his mouth. He also claimed the flat squirrel.
Tiger Lilly is no princess in distress. She is ready to pounce and destroy the spider.
Puss in Boots is all paws as he plays with his toys.
Wonder Cat is wondering if the Lasso of Truth can be used to bring all the toys closer to him.
From left to right – Sylvester, Whiskers, Tiger Lilly, and Little Lamb. Garfield and Puss in Boots also took a snack break.
Look at Sylvester’s smile! He is tuckered out after a hard day of reviewing.
The kitties purr which is the new Boo. They had a meowvelous time with the October Purr-Packs box. The treats were yummy to their tummies. The cats enjoyed playing with their toys. The value of the box is over $40.00 which is great. It’s the purrfect box for the kitties to enjoy.
The Description: Order a single or a subscription for the best value! Each Purr-Pack container is chock-a-block full of fun toys, grooming supplies, fashion items and delicious treats. The actual number varies based on the unique value and size of each item inside. On average, a budget Teaser Pack includes 4-6 items, while our larger packs can contain anywhere from 7-15 items. Larger boxes can be customized with flavor preferences (seafood, poultry, beef).
The Price: $29.99 per month