VetPet Box Cat March 2018 Subscription Box Review – Multiple Cats

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VetPet Box Cat & Kitten is a wellness service that offers dog and cat boxes curated by veterinarians and their pets. Expect to receive high-quality toys, treats, wellness products, and educational materials. You can customize the cat box by selecting single or multiple cat, allergies (if any), and opt to fill out an extended questionnaire. VetPet Box also gives back annually a portion of the profits to nonprofit organizations.

The inside cover has a short letter from the VetPet Box Team.

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The cats are eager to start reviewing.

The information card lists the items, descriptions, and prices on the card.

The flip side lists the Wellness items, description, and prices.

Here are the items in the March Multi Cat Box. The items are based on my cats’ profile and may not match your box.

My kitties’ profile is multiple cats, no allergies. Sylvester and Garfield are eager to check out all the toys.

The VetPet Box Bandage Kit ($6.99) has everything I need to take care of a minor injury or as a temporary aid until I can take the kitty to the vet. The kit includes nonstick pads, soft cast padding roll, stretch gauze roll, vetrap, and instructions.

VetPet Box reiterated a few times that an improperly placed bandage can injure your pet. No kitties were willing to volunteer a paw to show the bandage. We will be keeping the kit with our first aid supplies.

My sister’s cat will claw you if you come near her with a pill. I think the Jorgenson Pet Piller ($5.99 info card, $6.45 Amazon) is exactly what she needs to avoid those fast-moving claws.

It’s quick and easy to use…depending on your cat. :smirk_cat:

The Made in Canada Henry Schein Ophthalmic Solution Eyewash ( 4 oz, $6.99 info card) is a water-based flush that removes debris from the eye. VetPet Box recommends contacting your vet before using it. It is the type of item that you want to have on hand for emergencies.

We love the From the Field Catnip Essential Oil Rejuvenator Spray ($8.99 info card, $6.99 Chewy.) Our cats go crazy over this spray. I buy it at my local health pet store and use it on their toys and pillows. It helps recapture their interest in toys when the catnip starts wearing off.

It’s time for the fun part of the box! The kitties cannot wait to play First Responder with the PatchWorkPet PatchCat First Responder Series Toys ($15.99 info card, $8.99 for a different variation at Bealls Florida.)  The six plushies are filled with North American catnip.

The seams are double stitched for strength. My cats can be rough with their toys. The From the Fields Catnip Essential Oil Rejuvenator Spray can be used to freshen up the toys once the catnip starts wearing off.

Garfield had to check out every single toy.

The doggies were quite upset that the Sourced and Made in the USA HavePaws Cheeky Chicken Jerky Treats (4 oz, $6.99) were for the cats. Quelle horreur! The yummy jerky treats are made from 100% fresh chicken breasts and are handcrafted. Break the treats to the appropriate size and serve.

Sylvester decided a full-size piece was just his size.

Education is an important part of the VetPet Box experience.

The VetPet Monthly Wellness Pamphlet describes different emergencies and how to handle them. The information is concise and clear.

J, our 9-year-old, and I read the vet-authored pamphlet. The booklet presented the pertinent information in an easy-to-read format. The back side included a letter from the curator describing this month’s theme and also a thank you note for purchasing VetPet Box.

Here are a few more kitty pictures! The cats prefer that I take their pictures in natural light.

Sheba batted around the black and white ball and decided she was done. She reminds me of a squirrel in this picture.

Sylvester lazily licked a toy.

He is hypnotized by the sound of incoming kitty treats.

Garfield, our 10-year-old cat, decided to join his buddy. He took most of the toys for himself while Sylvester continued to eat his chicken jerky.

He looks like a kitty as he plays with the toys.

Garfield loves catnip which is why I sprayed the toys with the From the Field Catnip Essential Oil Rejuvenator. He threw the toys up in the air, batted at them, and did bunny kicks.

He looks innocent as he holds all the toys. However, he has one paw out ready to strike anyone who steals his toys.

No one wants to think about their cats being injured, and in need of medical care yet it does happen. The March VetPet Box addresses being prepared for everyday emergencies. The bandages, eyewash, and pet piller will be kept with our pet first aid. The kitties adored their toys and treats. The vet-authored educational brochure added to our knowledge of handling emergencies. Once again VetPet Cat Box sent the same type of items that I purchase at my local health pet store which makes me happy!  VetPetBox differentiates itself from other cat boxes by being a wellness-centered box curated by veterinarians. It’s an excellent customizable box for kitties and their parents that are seeking wellness, toys, education, and treats from a vet’s perspective and their pets.

What do you think of this month’s box?

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