Review: Wild Freedom Filet Snacks treats for cats

Review: Wild Freedom Filet Snacks treats for cats

Our quest to find healthy and delicious cat treats continues! I have prepared for you a review of Wild Freedom Filet Snacks treats for cats.

Few words about Wild Freedom

Wild Freedom is Zooplus’s private label, which is produced in Bavaria, Germany. Products from this brand are inspired by cat’s instincts, are opulent in meat, and don’t contain grains.

Treats tests and analysis

Wild Freedom Filet Snacks only come in two flavor variants:

  • Chicken
  • Tuna

Price: about 3,5 EUR per package (100 grams)

Each pack contains 6 individually vacuum-packed fillets of approximately 15 grams each.

Composition of Wild Freedom Filet Snacks

I have analyzed the composition of all flavors and each flavor is described separately in the tabs below. I have to admit that the ingredients are really simple, because it’s 100% meat.

The composition is given on the packaging

100% tuna fillet

Analytical composition

Crude Protein

32.0%

Crude Fat

4.0%

Crude Fiber

2,0%

Crude Ash

3.0%

Humidity

65.0%

Metabolic Energy

149.65 Kcal/100gr

The composition is given on the packaging

100% chicken fillet

Analytical composition

Crude Protein

25.5%

Crude Fat

0.6%

Crude Fiber

2.0%

Crude Ash

2.0%

Humidity

75.0%

Metabolic Energy

92.17 Kcal/100gr

Remember, that you should give your cat only tuna in the form of products intended for cats (food and treats). Beware of raw and canned tuna intended for humans – you can read more about fish in my post Fish in a cat’s diet.

My opinion about Wild Freedom Filet Snacks

Wild Freedom Filet Snacks smell soft and natural and are really soft. They are great not only for adult healthy cats but also for those who have problems chewing on harder treats, e.g. kittens and seniors.

The composition is basic and amazing at the same time. Both flavor variants are mono-ingredient and mono-protein because they consist only of chicken or tuna fillet. Each fillet weighs about 15 grams and is vacuum-packed in a separate foil sachet – so you can put it in a bag and give it to your pet anywhere, which is quite handy. The small weight of individual fillets means that the cat will eat it at once and it will not be necessary to throw away the uneaten remains.

Advantages

  • small “one-bite” portions,
  • soft,
  • mono-protein,
  • monocomponent,
  • no cereals,
  • no clogs (vegetables, rice, etc.),
  • no preservatives,
  • no dyes,
  • no dairy products.

Disadvantages

  • only available in two online stores (zooplus and bitiba).

I believe that the flavors will be perfect as a reward or variety in a cat’s diet. (For more ways to diversify your cat’s diet, see 5 tricks to diversify your cat diet.)

My cat’s opinion

Wild Freedom Filet Snacks with chicken fit went to the first fire and turned out to be a bull’s eye! Which is exactly as I expected. When it comes to tuna fillets, I was truly incredulous because Apollo typically doesn’t care for fish delights. Surprisingly, he ate tuna fillets as eagerly as chicken 😀

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I am Joanna and together with my cat Apollo, I create the Apollo Fluffy Cat blog, where I share my experiences and knowledge about cats and ecology so that you can learn how to become a better and more mindful cat parent! You can found more about me, Apollo and our blog's mission on the "About Us" page.

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