It’s October, and we all know what what means: Halloween, or rather HALLOMEOW!
Your kitty can join in the festive fun with this month’s latest box of goodies from My Meow.
My cat actually recognises the box now, so it’s always a race to see who gets to it first so I can actually unpack and photograph before she gets her paws on her treats.
On top of everything you see the bit which is for the owner – the MyMeowMag.
Well, most of it is. There are some fun articles related to the theme, and also advice about cat health and behavior. There are also recipes for yet more cat treats, just so owners know who’s really in charge.
Tasty Stix with Chicken & Liver, Cheese Yum-Yums, and Chicken Lick-e-Lix
The treats this month are all from Webbox, which are an excellent brand, no junk or lots of filler.
There are a mixture of flavours and textures too – and you can also mention when subscribing if your cat has any particular likes or dislikes.
While my cat enjoys all of her treats, she’s particularly fond of cheese treats, so the ones in the middle – which are appealingly soft, went down a storm!
This month’s toys are all appropriately Halloween-themed. There’s a cut soft pumpkin (cat-o-lantern!), which would also be a lot of fun in a Halloween display, a catnip and crinkle cat, and a spider collar by way of costume.
If you have a fairly compliant – or bribeable – cat then you shouldn’t have too much trouble persuading her into the spider collar for maximum spookiness. Of course it’s not something to be worn outside, it’s just for fun, so make sure kitty is supervised at all times if you’re planning to dress her up this Halloween! But it also serves as a toy afterwards, and those wiggly legs are pretty good fun for pouncing.
In the bottom of the box there is always a cardboard scratch pad, which can be recycled when finally shredded.
Also this month there’s a fold-out cardboard play tube decorated in the same fantastic Halloween artwork that’s in the box lining. So either kitty can have her own haunted house, or just somewhere to hide if it all gets a bit too much.
And then again, it can be recycled.