Assess your cat's health, age, activity level and preferences to find treats that fit their needs.
Look for high-quality ingredients like real meat, fish or poultry as the first ingredient. Avoid artificial preservatives, colors and flavors.
Cats enjoy a variety of textures like crunchy kibble-style, soft chewy or freeze dried treats. Find ones your cat likes best.
Mix up flavors like chicken, salmon, tuna or catnip to keep things interesting. Flavor preferences can vary between cats.
For cats with allergies or sensitivities, single ingredient treats like freeze dried chicken or fish can be a good option.
Check calorie counts and feeding guidelines. Adjust amounts based on your cat's weight and activity levels.
Homemade single ingredient tuna or salmon treats are easy to make. Check recipes online for how to bake or dehydrate cat treats.