PetGiftBox is a monthly subscription box for dogs or cats. A selection of toys, treats, chews and accessories are included based on your pet’s size. With each purchase you can earn points to redeem for free boxes and other great goodies. Plus, each purchase helps feed 10 rescue pets! PetGiftBox costs $25 for a monthly subscription, and you can also sign up for a full year or just purchase a one-time box.
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My PetGiftBox came wrapped in paper and was sealed with a sticker. Inside I found an assortment of kitty play things and cat treats!
October’s PetGiftBox theme was Go Fish. The information card mentioned each product and how to use it.
All of the items in my October PetGiftBox!
Sunny was the only one around when I unboxed these items so she will be my model for the day.
Vital Essentials Minnows are just that: freeze-dried minnows! Yes, they still have their eyes! Sunny ate one or two but Zoey avoided them, as she does most treats.
Inaba Churu Tuna with Scallop Puree is supposed to “help support strong bond between parents and cats” when you serve it from the tube directly to your cat! You can also pour it into a bowl and the smooth consistency is good for senior kitties – no chewing required.
This item wasn’t on the info card but had its own card that announced it is a bonus toy. Hartz Just For Cats Gone Fishin’ My cats love items on sticks and this one was pretty popular. You can play with your cat by dangling the sparkly fish or use the suction cup to attach it to a smooth surface – we used the fireplace mantle.
Snow Leopard Trust Felted Fish is handmade in Mongolia and proceeds go towards supporting snow leopard preservation, as well as providing funds for families who live near their habitat. This fish was fuzzy and Sunny enjoyed playing with it.
Best Pet Supplies Doorknob Dangler is bright green and features some fluffy feathers, which are always a hit with my cats. Just attach to a doorknob and let your cat get to work.
Cat’n Around Catnip Toy is actually two toys – a shrimp and a tadpole! They are both filled with organic catnip, which drives my cats crazy, but in a good way.
My cats loved their toys and snacks from PetGiftBox! This box consistently sends items that my cats continue to play with long after the picture taking session is finished. I liked the selection of items and it was fun to watch my cats playing with their toys and seeing which ones caught their attention for the long term! The theme was cute and the items matched perfectly. That fish puree, though – Sunny LOVED it!
Let me know what you think of this box in the comments!