Review: Petflow’s Spoiled Rotten Cat Box

Petflow Spoiled Rotten box

I’m a big fan of Petflow*. I hate going to the store, especially when it comes to heavy items like kitty litter. Having to lug the bags from the store to the car, and then from the car into my house, is just not something I enjoy. I’d much rather have them delivered to my front door. And even better, Petflow allows you to set up a regular delivery schedule, so you won’t ever run out if you forget to reorder.

When Petflow asked me whether the girls and I would like to review their newest product, the Spoiled Rotten Box, the girls were excited. Spoiled Rotten Box is a monthly gift club. Every month, your cat will be sent a box of hand-picked treats, toys and accessories.

The December 2012 box contained a wire brush, a motion activated cat ball that lights up, a catnip toy, an “I love My Cat” rubber bracelet, two sample sizes of Stella and Chewy’s Freeze Dried dinners, a can of EVO grain-free food, and a bag of Pet Naturals of Vermont hairball treats.

With the exception of the hairball treats, I like all but one of the items. I’m not a fan of products that are designed to simply get rid of hairballs. Hairballs can be an indicator of a real health problem, and may require a visit to the veterinarian. For more on this topic, read Some Startling New Thoughts on Cats and Hairballs.

Allegra and Ruby loved the toys. We haven’t had a chance to try the Stella and Chewy’s dinners, but I’ll be sure to report back when we do. What I really like about the box is that all edible items are made in the USA by premium companies.

Each box is stuffed full with $40 worth of products for only $24.99 a month. This is a great way to discover new products while spoiling your cats a little each month. And the Spoiled Rotten Box also makes a great last minute holiday gift. While it’s probably too late to have the the first box delivered in time for Christmas, you can’t beat a gift that keeps on giving all year long.

Watch Allegra check out the box and its contents below, with “photobomb” Ruby looking on.

httpv://youtu.be/ak9MMDk3LrM

For more information about the Spoiled Rotten Box (which is also available for dogs), and to order, please visit Spoiled Rotten on Petflow.

We’ll be giving away one of these boxes on Valentine’s Day, so stay tuned! Better yet, if you’re not already a subscriber, subscribe to daily updates via e-mail.

* Full disclosure: I’m an affiliate partner of Petflow.

8 Comments on Review: Petflow’s Spoiled Rotten Cat Box

  1. Birdy...
    December 23, 2012 at 4:37 pm (7 years ago)

    I too got this box. I would rather see more treats than the food as my cat’s are on a
    specific diet already and treats aren’t given often. I don’t totally agree with you
    about the hairball treats. All cats have hairballs without health issues.

    I think it was a toss up the cats liked the goodies but that box was a hit too.

    Reply
    • Ingrid
      December 23, 2012 at 5:25 pm (7 years ago)

      You can’t miss with a box with cats, can you, Birdy!

      Reply
    • meowmeow
      April 17, 2013 at 9:07 pm (7 years ago)

      Birdy, not all cats have hairballs. One of my cats coughed up a couple of hairballs when I first brought her in, but never since then. I feed them canned food only, alternating between premium (usually grain-free) brands for variety. They are both DSH.

      Reply
  2. Betty Brown
    December 20, 2012 at 1:33 pm (7 years ago)

    Ok, now be honest…did she have more fun with the new toys or the empty box they came in? lol

    Reply
    • Ingrid
      December 20, 2012 at 7:05 pm (7 years ago)

      LOL Betty!I think it might be a toss up.

      Reply
  3. Marilia
    December 20, 2012 at 11:15 am (7 years ago)

    Heheheh! Enjoy your presents!

    Reply
    • Ingrid
      December 20, 2012 at 7:04 pm (7 years ago)

      They are having fun with them, Marilia!

      Reply

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