The #1 Vet-Recommended Choice for Giving Medicine*
FELINE GREENIES™ PILL POCKETS™ Treats have built-in pouches to easily hide tablets or capsules and ensure your cat takes their medication. These all-natural treats are a healthier alternative to using human foods, because they have fewer calories and less fat and sodium. Plus, they're made with real chicken and natural salmon proteins for a great taste. Make medicine-giving more enjoyable for both you and your cat.
3,072 (kcal/kg) ME
3 calories (kcal) per treat
45 servings per package (approx.)
Crude Protein (Min.)
Crude Fat (Min.)
Crude Fiber (Max.)
Feed as a treat.
1. FILL: Hold PILL POCKETS Treat with your thumb and forefinger; insert medicine.
2. PINCH: Using the same hand to hold the PILL POCKETS Treat, squeeze the top half closed.
3. GIVE: The PILL POCKETS Treat is now sealed, and you can feed it to your cat. ATTENTION: To prevent transfer of the medicine's smell and taste, do not touch the PILL POCKETS Treat with the hand that held the medicine.
Rated 1 out of
Don't waste your money!My cat sniffed and walked away! Also the treat is so small a pill no less a capsule can fit in the treat! $7 wasted!
Date published: 2019-10-04
Rated 4 out of
Good but please consider more flavors!I have overall had success with both Chicken and Salmon pill pockets but my cat got tired of both and then wouldn’t touch them. I then had good success with the newly discovered tuna flavor but now he is tiring of that as well. Since cats are notoriously so picky I wish you’d make even more flavors to switch between so they can have the variety! Dog varieties always have som many more options than cats :(
Also as others have noted, sometimes halfway through a bag they start to become less strong smelling for some reason and lose moisture even when I’m very careful to ensure the bag is sealed. Consider adding more/stronger flavor/scent?
Date published: 2019-08-24
Rated 5 out of
Love these (for my little 8 lb dog:)My little 8 lb dog is now on anti-seizure medication three times a day for the rest of her life. When we began, peanut butter was so cool and then she was sick of it. I was struggling to get her to take the pill 3x's a day (peanut butter on her face, peanut butter all over me, it was a mess). Enter the greenies. She loves the greenies and they are small, I agree, but I have to crush her pill into a powder anyways so I just smush it all up. I considered getting the dog ones but they were just so big it seemed more appropriate to her size to get the cat ones.
I do notice that sometimes they are more dry than other times but I make do and put a literal drop of water in it while I mush it up and that seems to help. Overall, love them. For the reviews above needing bigger ones, I wonder if they could take the dog ones instead? Maybe check to be sure but it would be a fix for them!
Date published: 2019-08-23
Rated 2 out of
What happened?These were great until recently. They are smaller and don’t have as much smell to them. My cat won’t eat them anymore ☹️
Date published: 2019-04-09
Rated 5 out of
My cat only wants to eat pill pockets!I recently started giving my cat 1 pill pocket/day to take his atenelol and now he doesn't want to eat anything but pill pockets! He won't eat his regular food (that he has previously been eating for 6 years). I tried giving him wet food too with no luck. Has anyone else had this experience? Do you know of a food that is similar in texture to pill pockets? Thank you!
Date published: 2019-04-01
Rated 5 out of
Doesn't Work With All Medicines, But When They Do.I've used it and had mixed results. I've learned it's not the product, it's the pills in question. Some pills (a certain cat diarrhea medicine come to mind) are simply so bad tasting, and the taste and smell so strong, even pill pockets don't work.
Last night, with the help of an emergency vet tech, I used them with a cat steroid pill (prednisone 5mg cut in half), and they worked as advertised.
If you have to give your cat a medicine, give these a shot first. Don't be afraid to try the different flavors, and if you need two use them! At least if they don't work, you will know you tried, and you can go to different methods as a backup. Keep in mind there isn't a one size fits all solution, and this is just a tool of many you should have in your pet tool bag in dealing with your fuzzy loved one.
Date published: 2018-09-23
Rated 3 out of
Picky eater loves these but....I can barely smoosh the little tablet into it - needs to be a bit bigger
Date published: 2018-05-20
Rated 5 out of
LIFE SAVERI do not usually leave reveiws on things but these are an exseption, they are a total life saver when it come to my kitten who is imposible to pill. Durning piling without this product i offen come out of it with several scarches and a cat that is not pleases with me. This made pilling a positive experiance for my cat and i and i really apeciate it.