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    Rena Kitty Licks Chicken Liver

    Rs. 135 Rs. 101

    Key Features The Kitty Licks is a rich creamy lickable treat for Cats. It comes up with different flavours of chicken as well as Tuna. Feedi...

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    Rena Kitty Lick Tuna For Cats

    Rs. 135 Rs. 101

    Key Features Recommended for Cats of all nreeds above 1 Year in age. Contains Omega 6, Zinc improve the skin and coat. Consists of Taurine a...

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  • Temptations Creamy Purrrr-ee Cat Treats Salmon & Cheese Flavour 12 Units / Pouches of 48G

    Rs. 1,440

    Key Features Tasty Chicken and Salmon is palatable for all breeds of cats Rich in protein for building robust muscles in the cats Consists o...

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  • Temptations Creamy Purrrr-ee Cat Treats Maguro and Scallop Flavors 12 Units / Pouches of 48G

    Rs. 1,440

    Key Features Tasty Chicken and Salmon is palatable for all breeds of cats Rich in protein for building robust muscles in the cats Consists o...

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  • Temptations Seafood Medley Flavour Cat Treat

    Rs. 150

    Key Features 100% nutritionally balanced cat treat Lip smacking seafood flavour for tempting the pickiest of eaters Rich protein content for...

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Cat Treats

  • How many types and varieties of cat treats do we get in the BearHugs store?

    There are ten kinds of cat treats available in the BearHugs store. BearHugs is the seller of the best cat foods from renowned brands. For cat food online, visit the BearHugs online store. The cat food price offered at BearHugs store is among the best you can get. 

  • What treats are good for training cats?

    Some of the best training treats for cats include:

    • Whipped cream
    • Canned spray cheese
    • Meat baby food
    • INABA Churu sticks
    • Catnip (fresh or dried)
    • Crunchy or soft kitty treats such as Temptations
    • Feline Greenies (bonus added dental health benefits)
    • Freeze-dried meats or fish
  • Do training clickers work on cats?

    Through sound and a few treats, clicker training can help you successfully train your cat. Despite the fact that your cat might seem to be free-willed, clicker training is surprisingly successful.

    Treats and a clicker can go a long way! 

  • Why do cats love cat treats?

    Cats enjoy cat snacks thanks to flavour enhancers. The dried treats are made more tasty by adding ingredients like poultry fat, animal digest, and other mystery meats.

FAQ

  1. What are good treats for cats?

    These are some of the best treats for cats available at BearHugs:

    •  Tuna Jerky for Dogs and Cats from Kennel Kitchen 
    •  Sheba Melty Premium Chicken & Chicken-Whitefish Cat Snack Food 6 Units / Pouches of 48G 
    •  Sheba Melty Premium Tuna & Tuna-Seafood Cat Snack Food 6 Units / Pouches of 48G 
    •  Sheba Melty Premium Chicken & Chicken-Whitefish Cat Snack Food 
    •  Sheba Melty Premium Tuna & Tuna-Seafood Cat Snack Food 
    •  Doggie Dabbas Chicken Fish Adult Cat Treats 
    •  Doggie Dabbas Chicken Bits Adult Cat Treats 
    •  Doggie Dabbas Liver Bits Adult Cat Treats  
    •  First Meow Tuna Dice Cat Treats  
    •  First Meow Salmon Dice Cat Treats 
  2. Is it okay to give your cat treats every day?

    Depending on your cat's calorie requirements, the number of treats per day will change. The standard recommendation is to limit the number of treats you give your cat to 10 per cent of its daily diet. This means that if your cat needs 250 grams of calories per day, treats should only make up 25 grams of those calories.  

  3. What snacks do cats like most?

    Cat treats from premium brands can serve as delicious snacks for cats. Among all the cat treats available, cat treats sold by me o cat food company are considered healthy. 

  4. What can a cat eat besides cat food?

    Pieces of lamb or chicken, or other fresh, unadulterated raw meat that is suitable for human eating. Lean portions of beef, chicken, turkey, lamb, and pork are suitable.

    Cooked fish fillets containing omega 3 fatty acids, which are good for your cat's heart, kidneys, joints, and vision.

    Low-sodium, water-packed canned fish, such as salmon, tuna, and sardines, that has been thoroughly rinsed and drained.

    Small to moderate amounts of a firm, mild cheese, likecColby, Gouda, Swiss, or Cheddar, added to cottage cheese.

    Eggs are a great source of protein, but they should only be served cooked.

    Yogurt, whether natural, plain, or Greek, is a great source of protein and a pro-biotic. Avoid sweetened varieties, even those that claim to be manufactured with "natural" sugars.

    The term "grains" refers to a small portion of simple, cooked grains, such as mashed brown rice, barley, oats, or breadcrumbs from whole wheat bread.

    Small amounts of finely chopped, microwaved, steamed, or boiled carrots, peas, green beans, broccoli, asparagus, pumpkin, squash, and spinach can occasionally be given to young cats. You can buy these vegetables fresh, frozen, or tinned.

  5. Is tuna good for cats?

    Regardless of whether the tuna is prepared for cats or humans, cats may develop an addiction to it. It probably won't do any harm to serve some tuna on occasion, but continuous consumption of tuna made for humans, which lacks the necessary nutrients for cats, could lead to malnutrition. Consuming too much tuna might potentially lead to mercury poisoning.

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