PawPack Subscription Box Review

PawPack-subscription

Subscription services for pets are becoming more and more popular. The concept is simple: for a monthly fee, you receive a box a month filled with treats and toys. The contents of the box are picked for you, so each month brings new surprises for you and your feline family members. Allegra and Ruby are completely on board with this idea: after all, what could be better than receiving a box of treats and toys every single month! They were super excited when the teal box from PawPack showed up at our house.

I had a feeling there was some potent catnip in the box, because once I brought the box inside, she  wouldn’t leave it alone. I hadn’t really planned on opening it right away. After all, it’s not as simple as simply letting the girls at the contents, I also had to photograph the “unveiling” for this review, and I already had a to do list a mile long for the afternoon. However, I simply didn’t have the heart to make Allegra wait.

It turned out that I was right about the potent catnip. The box contained a Yeowww catnip cigar and two Kong catnip toys. The other treasures included a laser pointer toy, two bags of grain-free treats, and two pet safety stickers.

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The girls were delighted with the contents. Allegra has been carrying the catnip cigar all over the house. Ruby is partial to one of the Kong toys. I  like the the quality of the toys and treats. All of this resulted in three very happy girls!

I really like the philosophy behind PawPack. They are committed to only sourcing grain-free, all-natural products, and they do not sell any edibles made in China. Whenever possible, they strive to ensure that the products are organic, eco-friendly and free of byproducts. They support local, independent and small businesses that are looking to do things differently and are passionate about the quality of the products they provide.

PawPack donates 10% of their profits to support rescue causes.

Prices range from $25 to $35 a month, depending on the length of the subscription.

For more information, and to start your subscription, visit PawPack.com.

FTC Disclosure: I received this product for review at no charge. I also received a fee for writing this review. Receiving the free product and the fee did not influence my review. All reviews on The Conscious Cat will always reflect my honest and unbiased opinion. Or, as the case may be, Allegra and Ruby’s honest and unbiased opinion.

 

6 Comments on PawPack Subscription Box Review

  1. Sue Brandes
    April 28, 2015 at 8:40 pm (2 years ago)

    You got some good stuff. I like they donate to rescues.

    Reply
  2. Ellen Pilch
    April 28, 2015 at 11:29 am (2 years ago)

    Sounds like a great company and I love the idea of grain free products. It looks like a Tiffany’s box for kitties 🙂

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    • Ingrid
      April 28, 2015 at 3:09 pm (2 years ago)

      It does! I didn’t even think of that, Ellen!

      Reply
  3. Rachel
    April 28, 2015 at 7:58 am (2 years ago)

    Or that they’re copying KitNip boxes…also a box of treats/toys sent out monthly. good way to learn about products they might not sell in your supermarket.

    Reply
  4. Janine
    April 28, 2015 at 7:35 am (2 years ago)

    That’s cool someone is making a monthly box for cats.

    Reply
  5. Nancy
    April 28, 2015 at 4:49 am (2 years ago)

    Looks like they are copying Petboxes.

    I tried Petbox when I got a groupon. However, I stopped getting the Petboxes because I found they didn’t have too much variety, and I found it more convenient to pick out toys and other things a local stores. I didn’t find that the items in the boxes were any better prices than at Pet Club, a local warehouse store. I’ll check out Pawpack, but if it’s just as expensive, I won’t subscribe. Would be great if someone had a service where WE reviewed the items for 1/2 price on them or something like that.

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