Sunday, 8 November 2015

Cat Hampurr

If you follow me or my cats on Instagram you will be familiar with these two cheeky faces; if not, these are my cats, Alfie who is the big grey handsome boy and Pixie the little miniature tiger.

These two help to keep me sane through housebound days with endless cuddles, cheeky antics and games. Last week was a pretty bad one for me health wise, with all plans cancelled there wasn't much to do but cuddle up with one of my furr
y friends. 
On Wednesday there was an exciting delivery. A Cat Hampurr. I've never seen these two go so wild over a unopened box! Pixie was first to sniff out their box of goodies, pushing the still unopened box with her nose down the hall! Alfie turned up to see what was going on and also seemed very interested in the box. I decided to open it up and let them both in turns (to avoid a fight) explore the contents. As you can see from the photos they both loved it! A good half an hour later and they were both still intrigued. 
The Cat Hampurr that we were kindly sent to try out is a standard monthly box. We were sent the themed October box with the theme being Halloween of course. For a cat treat box I was really impressed with the thought gone into this, from the pumpkin and chicken food by Applaws, all made from natural ingredients (this is Pixie's new favourite dish) to the hand made sugar mouse skull full of catnip. Both cats favoured the stinky plague rat which is a little smelly because it contains valerian as well as cat nip. I'm already familiar with the pungent smell of valerian from taking it in herbal medicine, my cats used to like a sniff of the bottle! 
I also really liked the pet remedy included in the box; it's meant to de-stress and calm pets which is a thoughtful idea with all the fireworks going off at the moment. I've spayed it a few times in the evenings and so far we've not had any hiding behind the sofa. 

We've still got the Applaws tuna loin to try out, but everything else has been a great success. 
Cat Hampurr's are pretty flexible. You can buy a bi-monthly, monthly, double helpings or a one off gift for your cat or a friend's cat. Cat Hampurr's can be sent anywhere in the UK and EU. Find out more (here).

If you have a cat that loves toys, treats and boxes then this is for you or them. I'm told next month will be a lovely Christmas themed box. I think a subscription or one off box would make a great present for any pampered puss this festive season.

Hope you're all having a good weekend. If you want to keep up with my cats' antics you can find them on Instagram at @alfieandpixie.

Emma Xx

Cat Hampurr box c/o Cat Hampurr - all opinions my own


  1. Your cats a super cute, looks like they really enjoyed their surprise. =^-^=

    Sam | Momentarily Dreaming

  2. Awwwr, my little kitten companion would love all of this!
    Alfie and Pixie are adorable.<3

    Vegetarian CourtesyCheesePapas

  3. Awww my cats would love this =]

  4. This is just too sweet, I love it!! Gorgeous pictures x

  5. Oh my gosh, 'Cat Hampurr' - that's such an adorable name! This is a brilliant concept and your gorgeous cats certainly seem impressed - and rather regal, I might add! ;)

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice