Tuna variety Thrive treats (closely followed by the chicken) are my cat’s absolute favourite - she turns her nose up at most other similar products and gobbles these down as fast as she can. However, the most recent tuna tubes I’ve bought have not been as good quality & inedible - they’re hard, irregular shaped & not as recognisable as decent pieces of protein as they used to be.
03/23/18 | Margaret Taylor
Disappointed with my cat's reaction. He will retrieve treats from the zigzag and wave areas but only made one attempt to get food from the bells and didn't like the experience. The thought using his tongue to get treats out did not occur to him. Have tried to encourage him but he is not interested in making the effort.
12/06/17 | Cathy
I love the concept of this. However my two kittens are just not interested. They sniff and move on no matter what tempting treats I use. Hoping when they get older it will be more useful
06/28/14 | elaine purcell
3 out of 6 cats like it...but only the fish ones
I have 6 cats and one of them...the boy can't get enough of the fish ones but he doesn't like any of the others. He used to like the tuna but recently some of the tuna pieces have resembled bits of limestone and are just as hard so my cat just spits them out.
So I am buying lots of white fish flavour and making thwm last. Two of my cats quite like them ...only the fiah again and the other cats don't toich them!
so PJ gives the white fish 10 outa 10 the tuna about 5/10 and the others not a lot as he spits them out.
so the star rating would've been 5 if at least the tuna thrive were up to the required quality but not now.