Product Review: Harringtons Cat Treats with Tuna

Hello readers~

We have recently received some amazing treats from Amazon for reviewing! This time its Mao’s and Snowball’s turn to review the goodies. Today we will be reviewing Harringtons TREAT range.


As important as it is to feed our feline friends with quality dry food. Their treats also have to be healthy! We try to avoid treats with lots of flour and oils as it can make our feline friends have upset stomachs, and we don’t want that. Harringtons Treats with Tuna are aimed to complimentary fit into their daily feeding schedules, giving them as much nutrients as their normal foods. It is also advised to “feed as a treat or reward in between meals. Reduce main meals as necessary. Always provide fresh water.”

Harringtons Treats with Tuna are proudly made in Britain. With no soya, no beef, no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. It has plenty of omega 3 and contains natural antioxidants.     The packaging is in both English and French^^


Our cats LOVED the bags of treats even before opening them.

As you can see Snowball’s already licking his lips while sniffing the bags. We assure you these bags were actually sealed shut.


Harrringtons Product Benefits:
• Preserved with added natural antioxidants sourced from rosemary extract and mixed tocopherols.
• No artificial colours or flavours.
• Formulated with chelated minerals. These minerals are from an organic rather than inorganic source for superior absorption in the body.
• With taurine to help support a healthy heart and eyes.
• Enriched with vitamins.
• With Omega 3 oils for a healthy supple skin and glossy coat.

Both Mao and Snowball loves the taste so much, they’re actually hoovering them all up!! If this happens to you, feed your cats slowly so they actually chew and avoid choking later from being greedy =.=”.


BossCat Snowball: – *Very absorbed in the moment*

And here is a more detailed overview of the product:

Composition: Wheat Flour, Digest, Vegetable Oil, Dried Chicken Liver, Gelatine, Tuna Meal (4%), Shrimp Meal, Rice, Whey Powder, Minerals, Yeast, Rosemary Extract.

Additives (Per Kg): Nutritional Additives: Vitamin A 22, 000 iu, Vitamin D3 2,200 iu, Vitamin E (all-rac-alpha tocopheryl acetate) 250 mg, Taurine 1000 mg, Zinc Chelate of Amino Acid Hydrate 666.66mg, Manganese Chelate of Amino Acid Hydrate 333.33 mg, Iron Chelate of Amino Acid Hydrate 333.33 mg, Copper Chelate of Amino Acid Hydrate 49.98 mg, Organic Selenium S.cerevisiae CNCM I-3060: 43.47 mg, Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 2.34 mg.
Antioxidants – (tocopherol rich extracts of natural origin 1000 mg/kg).

Analytical Constituents: Protein 22.0%, Fat Content 20.0%, Crude Fibre 0.5%, Crude Ash 5.6%, Omega 3, 13,500 mg/kg, Omega 6, 32,000 mg/kg.

After feeding Mao and Snowball the treats for a few days they’re coats have actually become a lot shinier. So I do believe the amount of Omega 3 is really helping. The treats themselves are larger than I imagined them to be. They’re more of a soft bite then a crunch too. And breaks very easily, similar to a freshly baked flapjack I would say, with much finer contents of course. When opening the packet at first the smell was very strong! Smells pretty amazing from a humans point of view. =P Snowball’s very addicted to these now, Mao enjoys them too, but doesn’t get super high running across the house excited. So I guess that’s down to their own preferences really.


BossCat Snowball: – “OH NO, WHERE DID THEY ALL GO O_O That didnt last long!”

Overall a very decent product! You can purchase your own from Amazon UK by clicking the below link:
Harrington Tuna Treats

For more information on Harrington products please visit their official website:

We hope you enjoyed this review as much as we enjoyed writing it^^

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13 thoughts on “Product Review: Harringtons Cat Treats with Tuna

  1. sariscorner says:

    Thanks, for the review. I am still looking for good treats that I can feed to my little monsters and Jack seems to be a bit picky when it comes to treats and so far I only found two that he actually liked (and with one of them he needed a long get to use phase). I also try to choose the treats that are healthy for them so I went for Trigeria first but Jack didn’t want to take any of them (He now enjoys the Tuna one very much), I then ordered Catz finefood snackz but he didn’t wanted to have any of these, either. So I ended up with buying the catisfaction chees snacks as he was taking little peices of cheese but I am not really convinced if they are that good for him but he likes them (Tom, btw is going crazy about all different types of treats but he is also not that fond of the catz finefood treats). So I think I will try to find the Harrington Tuna Treats here in the Netherlands somewhere 🙂 Thanks again!

  2. fozziemum says:

    Great review guys…and I like the idea they are chewy rather than crunchy as some kitties have a preference for softer treats..we never get the good stuff her ..certainly looks like your testers enjoyed them 🙂 hugs Fozziemum

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