During the holidays you don’t want your pets to feel lonely, or any other time of the year for that matter…..so why not give them a little treat with Pet Gift Box! The best part, this is NOT ONLY FOR DOGS, they have a cat box also for all our forgotten felines out there
Pet Gift Box is a monthly subscription but you can cancel at any time, or even pause your subscription if you won’t be around or just don’t have the money at the time, which I think is great.
So what exactly is Pet Gift Box, other than another subscription service? “We track down the best treats and toys – and deliver them to your doorstep every month! In fact, we’re downright dogged about finding the most
“We track down the best treats and toys – and deliver them to your doorstep every month! In fact, we’re downright dogged about finding the most purr-fect, the latest and greatest, in high-quality products.”
Some of the other benefits of this box: You can earn points for free items, no yearly fee, easy sign- up, and your pet will LOVE you!
I was given the chance to give this box a try and to see if it lived up to all the claims on the website, overall, I can say I am very happy with this!
When the subscription box arrived my one cat was already being very nosey, like she knew it was for her. Once I opened the box, before even taking anything out, she was in it, attempting to take out the toys that came along. Of course once everything was out of the box she was rolling around on the paper that came along also…….
Before taking everything out I made a trip to the bathroom, walked out, and the package with mice still attached was sitting outside the door, she just could not wait for me to come back. Very strange cat!
I do have two cats, but the other one is more on the shy side but she eventually came out and was also venturing out around the box with the other cat checking everything out. One thing I can say, both of these cats were VERY excited for their new items.
So what was in the box? One giant cat snuggly toy, which I think this is too big for cats and they have not shown much interest, a cat wand with 2 balls (which they keep running away with), 2 larger sized mice, a round cat nip toy (which they love rolling all over), and a bag of cat treats (which they are not a huge fan of).
Overall, based on a random selection, I think the company did a good job at selecting toys for my cats, and the quality of them seems just as good as a toy from the pet store in my opinion.