I grab the bag of cow ears called "ear candy" and start looking at the fine print: "no hormones." Check! "Nothing artificial." Check! "Made from tasty free range cattle." Check! The word China appears nowhere. Check!! (The cows are free range, grass fed, hormone-free Brazilian cattle.)
Rita's a fan of the ear candy!
Here's the fine print on the bag behind the name, since it's hard to read in the pic above:
"I saw you & knew. Took you home with
me and named you. Cuddled you.
We fell in love. Um...excuse me?
No, that's my bed and that plaid
cushion on the floor is for you."
How could I resist a product like that, with a name like that? I couldn't! Marketing genius!
And since Rita likes some wet food mixed with her grain-free kibble, I also picked up some of their grain-free canned turkey "Gobble it up stew" and "Beef booyah stew". Rita gives it all "two dew claws up!"
Check out their site for lots of good stuff. I might have to look into their dehydrated food. (We tried Honest Kitchen, and Rita loved it at first, but she went off it, unfortunately.) And they have supplements and whatnot too. Definitely want to check out their "My Sparkly Ears" and flea + tick line.
Note: This is not a sponsored post. They did not contact me. I just found their products, liked them, and wanted to share. Cuz I'm nice that way.
In Other News...
Speaking of sharing, if you haven't got a copy of my debut novel, What the Dog Ate, yet, here's your chance to enter to try and win 1 of 3 signed copies from Free Book Friday. They have giveaways every week, so it's worth checking out! Also there is a wee interview with me and you can find out what super power I'd like to have. (It was SO long between when I signed up to get on their site and when I actually got on - over a year! - that I forgot my answer. Had to read the interview myself!)
Sorry I was WORDY (again!) on "Wordless" Wed. but I wanted to share about "I and love and you"!
Happy Hump Day!