Purrfectbox Review & Purrfectbox voucher code

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We’ve got two lovely cats, Izzy and Jazz. I say lovely, really I mean complete sods. They fight, they hiss, they chew things and they love to scratch the edges of our sofas and our bed. Still, despite this they give nice cuddles and they aren’t complete arseholes. Rewarding them from time to time is something that I really enjoy. When the folks at Purrfectbox got in touch, to offer us a box, I couldn’t pass it up! My girls love to have new toys to play with and anything that keeps them from wrecking our home is good with me. Here is our review of the Purrfectbox.

Purrfectbox - A look at the front of the box

Purrfectbox review

Purrfectbox is a subscription box for cats. We’ve already tried a number of subscription boxes in the past but I don’t recall one for pets before. As well as the Purrfectbox they have a Pawsomebox for dogs. These are a great way to be able to give your pets some nice treats monthly throughout the year, or just sporadically. You can pause a subscription at any time and they have prices available for 1, 3, 6 and 12 month subscriptions. The prices of the Purrfectbox vary depending on the length of time that you subscribe for. You can find out more about the subscriptions here.

Purrfectbox - A look at the contents

The contents of our Purrfectbox

The box that we received had 7 items in and there are typically at least 5-6 items per box. We received a number of different items including a cushion, toys, liver paste, natural cat treats and an outdoor collar. The products that we got were mostly from well known brands such as Felix and Friskies. There were also some items from brands that we had never heard of before, however these were the biggest hit with our cats!

Purrfectbox - Our cats waiting for their treats

As you can see our cats were really interested in the natural treats that they received. These were a hit and I was surprised as our cats are usually fans of Dreamies. I’d never seen these treats before but was pleased to see that they are 71% chicken. This is so much higher than other brands that I’ve seen in the past. They are made with real meat, are high in protein and low in fat too. I felt good feeding these to my cats.

Purrfectbox - A look at the pet cushion we received

Overall I’ve been really happy with the quality of this box. None of the items that we received have I seen on the high street before. The Purrfectbox contains a mixture of different items including pet food, toys, animal care products & accessories. This is a great way to discover new products or just remember to treat your pets. With us having a baby in the last year our cats have fell by the wayside a little. I love the idea of a monthly box to help them have something fun every month. We rotate their toys regularly and I love buying them new products.

Want to save money on your first Purrfectbox?

Want to grab a Purrfectbox for your pets? Just pop on over to their website, fill in a few details and get going. Best of all you can save £5 off your first box with this code: ukb1yf59

We received this box for free in exchange for this post. As always all opinions are our own. 

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11 Responses

  1. Lyndsey O'Halloran February 16, 2017 / 11:49 am

    Poor Jackson hasn’t had quite as many treats this year either. This looks like a great box.

    • katykicker February 16, 2017 / 12:32 pm

      They do one for dogs too! x

    • katykicker February 16, 2017 / 12:33 pm

      My friend just tried that out – think she really liked it too!

  2. Emily and Indiana February 16, 2017 / 12:31 pm

    Aww this is such a lovely idea – actually really love the name too haha. Lucky cats 🙂 xx

  3. Jenna Richards February 16, 2017 / 5:41 pm

    Aw I bet my pooch would love a treat box in the post. Such a fab idea for a subscription box.

    • katykicker February 17, 2017 / 1:37 pm

      Lovely to treat your pets isn’t it!

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