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October 2015 KitNipBox Unboxing
When I decided to start ordering subscription boxes, I knew at least one had to be for my darling Annabeth! Obligatory cat picture below.
Out of all the cat-oriented boxes I found, KitNipBox looked to provide the most value within my price range. Did I make the right choice? Let’s find out with their October box!
The first item I took out of the box was a cannister of cat treats. I’m already well-stocked up on these, but it’s always good to have extras, right? The estimated value of these treats is $8.
The second item was a container of wet cat food. To be honest, I haven’t tried feeding Annabeth any wet food yet. However, I’ve heard it’s necessary to do, so it’s likely I’ll be giving her wet food in the future after I do some research on the topic. This food might be her first foray into wet food. The estimated value is $2 for the single serving container.
The third item was an adorable spider toy with an estimated value of $8. I think Annabeth would love this, but I haven’t actually given it to her yet. I’m planning to give it to her on Halloween as a Halloween treat (no tricks here.) Besides, she was instantly preoccupied with the next toy...
The fourth item in the box was a “feather wildlife” toy from MultiPet. Annabeth LOVED this. She loved it too much, as you can probably tell from the picture, which was taken only a couple of days after I’d given her the toy. She ended up tearing it open and eating the insides, so I had to throw it away shortly after. That being the case, I have mixed feelings about the toy. On one hand, my cat loved it. On the other hand, it didn’t last long. I suppose that’s what you can expect from an item with an estimated value of $5.
The fifth item I took out was a Handmade Vermont organic catnip bat. Perfect for Halloween! I ended up giving it to Annabeth after she destroyed the feather toy because I felt bad for having to throw the other toy away. Annabeth looks adorable with this little bat plushie hanging out of her mouth. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to take a picture of her with it; she’ll play with it on occasion, but she’s not as fond of it as she was with the other toy. The estimated value is $7.
The final item I took out of the box was this adorable pair of 3d glasses. I haven’t tried to fit it on Annabeth yet because I don’t think she’ll like it, but simply the idea is cute. Perhaps I’ll try someday. The estimated value of these glasses is about $12 including shipping; they’re available on Etsy.
Overall, the value of this box amounted to about $40, which was far more than I paid for it. I could see myself easily becoming overstocked on some of the box’s items, such as the treats, but I think it’s a nice surprise to get on occasion. Annabeth was certainly happy with what she received, and that makes me happy.