Review: Pet toys from Vets Food World

Before going on our holiday I was very worried about leaving Rosie in a cattery. As a rehomed cat from Cats Protection she had already been abandoned once and I didn’t want her thinking I was leaving her alone permanently. She is a very affectionate cat, and follows me around the house, including the bathroom!

So when I was given the chance to review some products from Vets Food World, I was pleased as I could get some toys for Rosie for when we returned…and hopefully she would forgive me for leaving her behind.

Vets Food World sell a range of pet and veterinary foods along with pet toys and accessories.

We chose a scratch boards, a Kong scratch apple and Kong Fuzz Bug.


I think Rosie could smell the catnip that came with the products because she was sniffing around the parcel and as soon as the Fuzz Bug was out she grabbed it!DSC_3855DSC_3856


Rosie loves the Fuzz Bug which you can see in this video!


The scratch board was also a hit. She has had one before which was bigger, to be honest I did prefer the bigger one as she used to lie on it aswell and fall asleep on it; with this one she can just about fit it on. However it doesn’t seem to be spoiling her enjoyment as you can see!

 And I couldn’t help but shoot another video of her on her scratch board!


The scratch board comes with a little packet of catnip and the scratch apple comes with a tube of catnip. The apple is easy to open to get the cat nip in and then your cat can have hours of fun!

Vets Food World has a range of food for your pets which include cats, dogs and small animals. They supply specialist pet food which is normally only available from the vet. They also sell a range of accessories from dishes, to grooming products, to toys.


Disclosure: I was sent some products to try for free. However all thoughts and opinions are my own.


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