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Furball Relief and Kitten Health Semimoist Treats and Weight Management and Urinary Health Crunchy Treats
Date Posted: Tuesday, April 03, 2012
Furball Relief and Kitten Health Semimoist Treats and  Weight Management and Urinary Health Crunchy Treats
Manufacturer: Natural Polymer International

Brand: Get Naked

Product Description: Natural Polymer International expands its Get Naked treat line to include two crunchy and two semimoist, heart-shaped functional treats for cats. The semimoist varieties, Furball Relief and Kitten Health, are formulated with vegetable oils to help provide natural furball relief, with no added petroleum, the company states. The two crunchy formulas, Weight Management and Urinary Health, aid in the removal of plaque and tartar through chewing, which also helps to freshen breath, the company reports. All the treats are free of wheat, corn and soy and contain no added salts, sugars or sweeteners. The color-coordinated packages come in 2.5-oz. stand-up pouch bags and have hang holes to allow for shelf or peg display.

Contact: 877-238-6742

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