Sunday, August 09, 2015

Chewy.Com sent us a new Couch

Miss Pie was the first to sit on the new couch from

This month's review is, as always, wonderful. 
We do not get paid for this post, but we get the items posted, free to try out. 

My dear dog loving friend Linda, says always uses for her two dogs' food needs. 
She is on a 5 week rotation to get her dog food delivered from Chewy with no tax fees and free shipping. 
She says it is absolutely great. 

The new scratching post is stylish and effective as a cat scratcher. 
We can hear the cats working their nails on it frequently. 
It came with a dash of catnip and that always brings immediate interest with a new item. 

Chewy also sent:
Orijen's cat treats.  
They were instantly a hit with Pie and Fezzik. 
I like these treats because they are loaded with protein.
I believe this is the first time my cats have had wild caught Flounder from North Vancouver Island!  
Orijen Original Freeze-Dried Cat Treats feature a symphony of cage-free chicken and turkey plus wild-caught flounder from North Vancouver Island. Each of these ingredients is delivered from local sources in fresh Whole Prey ratios so you can indulge and nourish your cat at the same time. Made without cooking or preservatives, Orijen's Biologically Appropriate treats are gently freeze-dried to lock in the life-giving goodness and flavors of fresh and regional ingredients for a reward your cat will truly love.
Key Benefits
  • Made from 100% meat and nothing else!
  • Freeze-dried to lock in flavor and nutrition
  • Guaranteed analysis to mirror Mother Nature
  • Low calorie and carbohydrate free
  • Approximately 100 treats per bag

Thanks Sydney at Chewy. com. 
Win win again this month!


Anonymous said...

Pie looks quite royal on her new throne.

Nancy Kay said...

Pie looks quite Cleopatra, on her new couch. must be a pretty great company.

Araignee said...

My kitties would love that- so would the pup!

KSD said...

That's so cute! I e-mailed Chewy about becoming a reviewer, but never heard back. Should I ask again?

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