Why are virbac cat chews out of stock


Why are virbac cat chews out of stock?? (I was told in person that they're out and he sd the whole shelf is out) I bought 2 because I have been hearing that they're going back in but my question is why are they not in stock?

We have 2 boxes of the Blueberry ones, and we have the Strawberry ones (which have a higher caffeine content)

Are these boxes of cat chews? They come in a blue box with white letters (as opposed to the yellow ones for the other chews)

If the boxes aren't virbac cat chews, how can I tell if they are good quality or not?

We have two boxes of Virbac cat treats. One was in a red box and had blue print on it, the other was in a red box with a gold lettering. I have noticed in the past, that the red boxes are good, the ones in gold lettering have been kind of low quality.

We have 2 boxes of Virbac cat treats. One was in a red box and had blue print on it, the other was in a red box with a gold lettering. I have noticed in the past, that the red boxes are good, the ones in gold lettering have been kind of low quality.

I'm new here but not new to cats and vet visits so I thought I'd take the chance to learn something new while I was at it.

I have a 2 yr old, and my vet recommended a "cat chew" for him. We have tried two of them so far and it has seemed to be a hit. I was looking at them last night and they have an "instructions" card with the product number on it, so I think it will be the best place to find the one my vet wants.

I can also see the box has "virbac" on it so I think that should be good.

I'm going to look for a local pet store to see if they have any so I can ask them.

Thanks for the link! I found the two in our area (one in a yellow box and one in a green box). They are the blueberry ones, not strawberry. My 2yr old kitty (I'm new to these forums) had only a few chews this morning. Maybe he ate the last of them!

I have some virbac chews from the "pink" box and I really like them. He loves them and so do the other cats in the house (1) when I get some, I get some for them too. I think that box may be better for their teeth. They get less, but they like them. They are all good quality and do not smell bad.

We just bought a box of the Virbac chews today, they are the blueberry type, they seem to be good quality and our 2 yr old female cat likes them. They smell and taste good and the box sd they are for adult cats so it wasn't just for puppies like the other ones.

I hope they work as well as the others I've tried for her.

My vet recommended the chew treats because I have a 7 month old kitten, and the chew treats are much smaller than a "traditional" kibble, and the chews are better than I expected for the price. The chew treats seem like they would be better than a meal to keep a kitten from having that "full stomach" problem.

This year, I had a 2nd kitten (a boy) born. We got her about a week before we started feeding the baby food. He would really like the treats, so he's been getting them too, and he seems to like them as well.

The blueberry chews are the best so far. They seem to be the chews that are most easily swallowed (without having to chew them for a while first) and they seem to last longer than the other ones I tried. I'll be buying another box soon, just to try.

We just bought a box of the Virbac chews today, they are the blueberry type, they seem to be good quality and our 2 yr old female cat likes them. They smell and taste good and the box sd they are for adult cats so it wasn't just for puppies like the other ones.

I hope they work as well as the others I've tried for her.

My vet recommended the chew treats because I have a 7 month old kitten, and the chew treats are much smaller than a "traditional" kibble, and the chews are better than I expected for the price. The chew treats seem like they would be better than a meal to keep a kitten from having that "full stomach" problem.

This year, I had a 2nd kitten (a boy) born. We got her about a week before we started feeding the baby food. He would really like the treats, so he's been getting them too, and he seems to like them as well.

The blueberry chews are the best so far. They seem to be the chews that are most easily swallowed (without having to chew them for a while first) and they seem to last longer than the other ones I tried. I'll be buying another box soon, just to try.

I don't know anything about cat food, but what do you mean by "the chew treats are much smaller than a "traditional" kibble"? The blueberry ones are about the size of a normal kibble, at least the ones I have been feeding to my kitten. They are not as big as a baggie.

My vet recommended the chew treats because I have a 7 month old kitten, and the chew treats are much smaller than a "traditional" kibble, and the chews are better than I expected for the price. The chew treats seem like they would be better than a meal to keep a kitten from having that "full stomach" problem.

This year, I had a 2nd kitten (a boy) born. We got her about a week before we started feeding the baby food. He would really like the treats


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