Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 126
Rated 1 out of 5 by brauneyes64 Wasted money
Sorry, good idea but my cat would not eat it without a pill in it... she would not even touch it so I feel it was a total waste of money. I tried.
October 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jrussell pill pockets
the cat product works great for dogs as well and is a lot more cost efficient!
April 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Angela112876 pill pocket treats
These are perfect for getting cats to take pills. Mine love the taste so much they gobble it down and don't notice the pill. Squishy texture is great for fitting around any shape of pill.
March 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SusanDP PILL POCKETS
If you have to give PILLS to you cat..These are the answer!!..so easy to pop the pill in the Pocket..they love the taste... HIGHLY RECOMMEND TO PET LOVERS!!
February 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by artmom makes a hard job easy
I have a very difficult cat to give pills to and this was a lifesaver, the only thing that worked!
December 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Natural4 My cat love it
This is amazing, really work! My cat has good nose and it was difficult to give medicine. If I hide medicine in any can food or treat, my cat found out, I had a difficult time to give medicine.
But, this product made super easy to give medicine. My cat love this and didn't realize there's medicine inside.
November 23, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Melter Thank Goodness
My schedule is crazy and I travel a lot for work. Thank goodness, Lena will take her daily medication via the Greenies pill pocket delivered by my flat mate. I don't know what I would do if she wouldn't take her pill this way. She's very finicky and when it was determined she needed a loooonnnnnggg course of daily meds, I was panicked. Now I'm not panicked. And the price is excellent here. Like 50% off what I can get it for in NYC.
October 13, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Brenna Can won't eat them-even empty
I have two cats-one will eat anything, doesn't need meds. The other is picky and of course he needs meds and won't even eat the Pill Pockets empry. He doesn't like chicken or salmon flavor even in foods. Please make a fish flavor one. Why do dogs get 4 varieties and cats only get 2. Everyone knows dogs will eat ANYTHING, even cat poop.
March 7, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by catmom29 She LOVES them!
I was struggling so much getting my cat to take her medication - tried hiding it in wet food, she would eat around it and spit the pill out every time. I couldn't believe how incredibly easy it was as soon as someone told me about Pill Pockets! She LOVES them, and immediately comes running now when she hears me take out the bag. My other cat is so jealous, I have to give her an empty one too!
January 20, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Justin Pill Pockets changed our lives!
We have a cat who is on medication (probably for the rest of her life) for asthma. She would fight us daily, requiring me to hold her down while my girlfriend would administer the pill. We tried the Pill Pockets and to say that it changed out lives is an understatement. No more fighting, she hears the pill bottle and begs for it now! Thank you, thank you!
October 15, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by dtm17 A first!
I have tried giving my finicky feline nearly every treat on the market. I have been searching for something to counteract her hairball issue. Tried Greenies for hairball control and Hooray! She's happily munching away. Thanks Greenies.
July 23, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kathy New Formula??? Noooo!!!!!!
Why oh why did you change the formula for Feline Chicken Pill Pockets???
They no longer mold around he pill. They crumble into, well, crumbs! And my cat can sniff out the pill and leave it behind. PLEASE GO BACK TO THE OLD FORMULA!! I don't know how else I'm going to get pills into my hyperthyroid cat twice a day.
July 6, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by LisaT Perfect solution for a smart dog!
Our foster dog has to get meds twice a day. I tried everything to hide them - cheese, hot dogs, other dog treats. He always managed to eat the treat and not the pill. A friend used Pill Pockets for her cat and recommended them. I use the capsule sized ones and am able to give him all his pills in one bite. Fantastic! (One slight complaint - the peanut butter ones are drier and aren't as easy to pinch closed. We are sticking to the smoke flavor.)
June 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lovely YOU ARE A LIFE SAVER!
One pill pocket is pretty big for a cat. You will need to make 5 little balls out of one pill pocket and placel the pill in one of them. Place all 5 balls in front of your cat and your cat will love you even more! She enjoys the chicken flavor a lot!
February 12, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Annabelle Dog Allergy Formula - An Alternative For Cat
My cat pills very well, but finally just said no after two years of taking an extremely bitter antibiotic pill, which she takes for her IBD. And for some dumb reason, the Greenies people stopped making the feline duck/pea formula. Yes, cats have allergies, too! So I tried the dog allergy formula, and it worked fine. Nothing crumbly, very pliable, no grain, and my cat, who HATES cat treats, actually ate them. A miracle. So if you need an alternative for your allergic cat, try the dog formula. The only difference is that the dog formula doesn't have Taurine (which my cat already gets from her cat food) and it has smoke flavor, which the cat formula does not have.
October 9, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Parker Dried out and falling apart.
I have only been using your pill pockets for a couple of months now. At first they were great and made a huge difference in my cat's life. His pills mean the difference between life and death, and I would rather he take them in a positive way, rather than me forcing him to swallow them.
At first, the pill pockets were moist and he loved them. But I have had several occasions now where I have purchased the pill pockets and they are dried out and when he tries to eat them they fall apart and he doesn't like the way they taste.
This isn't the fault of the distributors as I have purchased them from several different places.
What is wrong with your pill pockets? Please fix them!
August 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by JustChad Greenies work
I adopted a Miniature Pinscher in June with terrible plaque and bad doggie breath, it is now mid-August and his teeth are white and no more terrible breath. All plaque is gone. Good produce; saved me 500 for a teeth cleaning. Just one a day, both my dogs enjoy them.
August 16, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Daine Where did the duck and pea go?
Please please bring back the duck and pea! My cat loved this flavor. He's allergic to fish and hates the chicken, pill time has gone back to being a nightmare! Everyone I've talked to misses that flavor, and people with cats with food allergies don't have other choices.
August 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jeepgirl Love them
My cat LOVES the salmon flavored pockets. Makes it so easy to give home his pills. Never discontinue this flavor. Just wish there was more in the package so I didn't have to buy more every 3 weeks.
May 30, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by cybercat Cat got tired of them
My cat takes thyroid pills and for a couple of years he ate these pill pockets right away. Now he got tired of them and won't eat them. Also they seem like they don't wrap as well or they are a little dry. They should change back to how they were before and get a couple more flavors too.
May 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beth Smaller packages available?
I need to give my cat a pill every day. The pill pockets really work until about halfway or 2/3 through the package of pill pockets. The package does not close well and the pill pockets tend to dry out and then my cat refuses to eat them. Is there any way you could package in smaller amounts so the pill pockets stay fresher longer? Great product otherwise.
May 16, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Catmom9 Crumbling pill pockets
Pill pockets used to be soft and work like a charm, but now they crumble right out of the package (that has an expiration date months into the future). I have found too many unswallowed pills from crumbling pockets to recommend this product.
April 28, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by MJinDC READ THIS IF YOU WANT YOUR CAT TO EAT THEM!
If your cat won’t eat them, try this trick - My cat is not attracted to the flavor of the pill pockets, but because they are soft like play-doh, I crush my cat’s favorite hard treats and use the crumbs to coat the pill pocket and trick my cat into thinking he is eating his favorite treat. It works!
This is how you do it: 1) Crush a few of your cat’s favorite hard treats (mine likes Whiska’s Temptations Chicken Flavor treats) and put the crumbs in a small cup; 2) At the same time, cover the pill thoroughly with the pill pocket; 3) Roll the pill pocket containing the pill in the cup with the treat crumbs. You will have to press it a bit, while you are rolling it in there. However you do it, just cover the pill pocket as best as you can; 4) Put it on a little plate and watch your cat smell it and eat it!
I give the treat/pill pocket to him every day around the same time and on the same plate, so now he naturally comes to the kitchen and waits for me while I prepare it.I really hope this helps you out. It’s made my life much simpler and wanted to share this trick!
April 22, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Crumbly Disappointing
I'm not sure what size capsules are supposed to fit in these, but the ones prescribed for my cat didn't fit. The first one I put in with two pill pockets (one on each side, with a couple crumbled as I tried to follow the nonsensical instructions), and she ate it. The second time I crumbled about three just trying to put the capsule in. Regardless she chewed through it, but ate the pill on its own. Now she won't touch them. Bad product.
April 19, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by KMAF Pill Pockets Are Worthless
I've used several packages of salmon flavored pill pockets with great success. My cat ate them right up. Half a pocket covered her small pill. Now they just just crumble and don't stick to the pill at all. What's the deal?
March 29, 2014