Rewarding Your Cat with Hill's Cat Treats

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Your cat brings you joy every day --- whether she is bounding to the door to see you or proudly trotting around with her latest toy mouse, puff ball or ribbon --- these simple actions are pure happiness. Naturally, you want to return that joy to her.

Tasty and delicious cat treats are a great way to connect with your cat and display your care and love for them. They can also be used as rewards for good behavior and as part of training.

We offer Prescription Diet® cat treats or if you prefer, to make treats for your cat, try this homemade cat treat recipe.

 

Prescription Diet® Cat Treats
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  • Designed to complement the nutrition found in Hill's Prescription Diet® cat food
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It’s important to feed your cat treats as a snack --- they should not be more than 10% of your cat’s daily nutrition --- and remember to make them a part of a healthy routine.

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