Thursday, December 1, 2016

Biscuits with Our Thanksgiving Day Dinner #chewyinfluencer

We've already share how much we enjoyed our Thanksgiving Day Dinner from Merrick which was sent to us by Chewy.com.  We are Southern kitties and everyone knows biscuits are considered a main part of every meal.  
Brulee started biting into the bag before it was open


We were very interested in trying out the Buddy Biscuits® Grain Free Cat Treats that Chewy.com sent us in November as part of the Chewy.com Blogger Outreach Program.  We think everyone who visits us on a regular basis know how much we love treats.  Lately, Mom Paula had limited us to freeze-dried treats as our snacks.  When we saw the Buddy Biscuits on the list for review, we thought we'd try them out to see if we'd eat a different treat.  Mom Paula wasn't too sure about these treats because they were small and round, which is usually difficult for Brulee to eat because of her flat face.  The photo from our Wordless Wednesday post yesterday shows how interested we were when Mom Paula pulled out the treats.  The look of anticipation on Brulee's face should tell the whole story.
Truffle eating the Buddy Biscuits from Mom Paula's hand

The Buddy Biscuits cat treats are all-natural treats with real meat and wholesome vegetables.  They are grain-free and have no artificial flavors.  These treats have a soft texture of delicious flavor with no corn, wheat, soy, eggs, flavors, or preservatives.  The are made in the USA and are available in three flavors:  chicken, turkey & cheddar, and tuna. We received the chicken flavor and love it.  It's not often that Brulee will "fight" Truffle for a treat or food, but she really loves these treats.  The great thing about this is that because of its texture and shape, Brulee is able to eat them easily.
Brulee eating her Buddy Biscuit cat treat
Buddy Biscuits makes their cat and dog treats from scratch and devote a lot of time and attention to careful ingredient selection.  The ingredients are real, wholesome, and simple. Buddy Biscuits says this is the closest you can get to homemade.  Buddy Biscuits uses chickpea flour and tapioca starch which lends to a less likely allergic reaction.  All we know is the treats tastes great!  We're ready to try the other two flavors.


The Buddy Biscuit Grain Free Cat Treats are available from Chewy.com in a 3-oz bag and cost $3.16.  There are a lot of treats in the little bag and we tend to be satisfied with less because the treats are smaller and we chew them better (except for Truffle who usually swallows everything whole).  We love purchasing our cat supplies from Chewy.com because of their free two-day shipping for orders that total $49+ and their great customer service.

20 comments:

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

These sound tasty!

Lone Star Cats said...

Looks yummy!

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

Great review. Glad they were a hit.

The Island Cats said...

Mmmm...those sound good!

Momma Kat and Her Bear Cat said...

Such gorgeous models :)

Tonya Wilhelm said...

So glad you enjoyed your treats. Chewy.com sells a lot of good stuff. :)

AmyShojai said...

Oh yum...Karma is a treat monster, will have to check these out.

Nichole Burke said...

The Lapdogs love Cloud Star Buddy Biscuits! The dog ones are usually shaped like tiny little gingerbreadmen!

Three Chatty Cats said...

That's great that Brulee likes them so much and is able to eat them easily.

Montecristo Travels said...

If I had a cat ... :)

Denise Gruzensky said...

Sounds really yummy! We will have to see if they make a dog version...

Ruth Epstein said...

layla woofs biscuits, do they make for dogs, am going to check them out

Beth Patterson said...

Those sound like a very healthy cat treat. My dogs love the Buddy Biscuit dog treats.

4 Dogs and a Little Lady said...

It just occurred to me that I've never given our tripod cat a treat! I'm the worst! I need to remedy that situation ASAP

The Daily Pip said...

I haven't heard of these before, but they sound super duper yummy

FiveSibesMom said...

Mmmm...these sound very delish! I think our Binx would like them! Oh, Santa Paws....

Tenacious Little Terrier said...

Mr. N likes the dog salmon ones from Buddy Biscuit.

AliR said...

These sound like fantastic treats that would make great holiday stocking stuffers! Also, the holiday theme on the site looks absolutely lovely :-)

Kelsie - It's Dog or Nothing said...

Of course, every meal needs to end with a treat! Mauja and Atka are a fan of Buddy Biscuits as well :)

Princely Paws said...

They sound like some very yummy treats that even a cat with allergy can consume with ease