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, PetGiftBox donates to various charities and you can designate the one you would like them to support. PetGiftBox costs $29.99 for a monthly subscription, but the price drops for longer subscriptions, as low as $24.99 a month for 12 months. You can also change your subscription every month – maybe you would prefer a MomGiftBox or perhaps you have a dog that needs a box next time around.
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I think it’s cute that PetGiftBox uses themed paper to wrap the items!
I am loving the pretty shades of blue this month!
All the items in my December PetGiftBox!
The theme for the December box is Snow Day!
There was a card with a bit of info on each product.
Cardboard Cat Scratcher (Find similar item here, $5.99 for 2) I think we received a similar item back in October, and believe me, we can use all the scratchers they can send here at my house. It came with a pack of catnip.
There are some chilly penguins around the front. Just sprinkle the catnip on the board and cats will do their thing, scratching their claws on the cardboard instead of your couch.
Sunny is resting after scratching away at the box.
The Empurrium Handmade Catnip Kicker (similar items are $6.50) I love to watch my cats use their bunny kick on toys like this beautiful kicker. It’s filled with catnip to drive kitties crazy and has some dangly ribbons on the end.
Smells like fun!
Lil Penguin Catnip Toy is a simple toy, mostly felt and some furry tufts of hair at the top.
I wasn’t happy to see Sunny ripping the hair off and eating it. I don’t want her to eat polyester or whatever it is.
Sunny agrees, blech.
The Empurrium Handmade Tree Catnip Wand Toy is also a simple toy, comprised of a felt tree connected to a stick with some stretchy string.
I wish the stick or string was a bit longer because my cat gets out of control playing with toys on sticks and sometimes catches my hand.
Dangly toys are fun to catch!
Check out those claws! I have to keep my arms way out of reach.
Fruitables Wildly Natural Cat Treats in Tuna Flavor ($2.69) are crunchy cat treats made of real food ingredients.
Chicken meal is the first ingredient and they are free of wheat, corn, and soy.
I think Sunny seems interested in this treat, what do you say?
Nom nom nom! She loved them!
Sunny had a great time with the items from the December PetGiftBox! The items were adorable but watching my cat play with them was also a lot of fun. The scratching box now sits underneath the kitty condo and the treats are a good way to bond with my cat after a fun play session. Watch out for that penguin hair though, I know it’s cute but it can be trimmed off if you are worried about it like I am.
Let me know what you think of this box in the comments!