A Freeze Dried Top O the Mornin’ #ChewyInfluencer

Top o the meownin’ to ya’. Me’s been to kiss the blarney stone.

 

 Dezi wearing a green irish hat with a leprechaun, 2 pots of gold and clovers

 

          What are you meowin’ ‘bout sissy? I’s thought we were s’posed to be writin’ our Chewy review today.

 

We are lass, but we’re also celebratin’ our Irish heritage.

 

          I’s know you’re smart sissy, but I’s don’t think we’ve got any Irish heritage.

 

Sure we do Raena. Some of mommy’s ancestors left the green isle and traveled across the big pond to come to America. And even ifin they hadn’t, everypawdy is a bit Irish on St. Paddy’s day.

 

 Raena in green irish hat with leprechaun, pot of gold and surrounded by clovers

 

          But that ain’t till Furiday, sissy. I’s already got me a hat and everythin’.

 

Me knows Raena, me’s just gettin’ a buntaiste.

 

          A what?

 

A head start Raena. Kittens!!! A head start.

 

          Well why didn’t ya’ just say that?

 

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Disclaimer: We received compensation in exchange for our honest review. Neither Chewy nor Nature’s Variety are responsible fur the opinions stated unless otherwise noted. As always, we only bring you products we use or have tried and believe would be of interest to you, our readers and friends.

 

 Raena posing beside the bag of Nature's Variety Freeze Dried Mixers

 

Never mind Raena, you’re just rainin’ on me’s whale of a time. Anyways, we do have a great purroduct to tell everypawdy ‘bout today. We received the Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost Freeze Dried Mixers/Toppers in Rabbit. They come in a 6 ounce bag and cost $9.04. The little nuggets have a cylindrical shape and are fairly hard fur a freeze dried food. Altho’ mommy says she can still easily break them up, or cut them up. ‘Member, we like really small bites. Now, let’s see what Chewy lists as the Key benefits:

   

Key Benefits

  • A great all natural, freeze-dried topper that’s grain-free and makes any kibble irresistible

  • Made of high quality, raw nutrition in a convenient and easy-to-serve form

  • Pure protein freeze-dried protein aids in lean muscle development

  • Natural ingredients with no artificial colors or preservatives provide optimal nutrient absorption

  • Nutritious oils and essential fatty acids give your furry friend healthy skin and coat

Ingredients

  1. Rabbit, Pork Liver, Pork Heart, Pumpkinseeds, Carrots, Apples, Butternut Squash, Ground Flaxseed, Montmorillonite Clay, Dried Kelp, Broccoli, Mixed Tocopherols, Apple Cider Vinegar, Salmon Oil, Rosemary Extract, Blueberries, Dried Chicory Root.

Caloric Content

  1. 3,697 kcal/kg, 1.4 kcal/piece

         

          The ingredient list is purretty simple and doesn’t contain any of the questionalbe ingredients our humans worry ‘bout.

 

 Nature's Variety Freeze Dried Mixers colored green for St. Paddy's day

 

That’s right Raena. Now we’ve covered the ingredient Montmorillomite clay befur, but we’ll just say that among it’s other benefits, it works as a great detoxifier in pet foods by helping to bind with and remove toxins from our bodies. And a little known fact ‘bout pumpkin seeds, is that they can be used as a natural wormer. Now we know that’s not the purrpuss of them in this purrticular food, but we did wanna throw that out there. In other words, mommy’s purretty happy with the ingredient deck of the Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost Mixers.

 

 Raena eating with a green irish hat and leprechaun and pot of gold surrounded by clovers

 

          Can we get to the taste testin’ now sissy? And I’s not want the green ones either. Cuz I’s really like that wascally wabbit. They taste great right outta the bag as a treat. And I’s also enjoyed them over mine’s noms with added water. I’s give the Nature’s Variety Freeze dried Rabbit 4 paws up.

 

 Nature's Variety Freeze Dried Cat food

Fanks Raena. They’re not really green, as you can see in the foto above and below. Me likes them too. They don’t reconstitute as quickly or as well as some other freeze dried foods, but they are mighty tasty. Me gives them 4 paws up too. They’re also available in chicken and fur doggies. Mommy likes that we like them and as me said befur, she luvs the ingredient list.

 

 Nature's Variety Freeze Dried Cat Food in a China plate

 

Chewy has lots of great purroducts to meet the needs of all your furry, feathered and scaled furiends. You can set up an auto ship and save an additional 5% on most items. Don’t worry, you can always, skip, cancel, delay or edit each shipment. And Chewy’s great ‘bout sendin’ out a reminder in purrlenty of time to do just that. As always, shippin’ is speedy and free fur all orders $49.00 or more and a flat rate of 4.95 fur all other orders. You can shop with confidence; mommy says Chewy has the bestest customer service ‘round.

 

We’re gonna wrap it up now and finish our brekky. Me wanted to leave you all with this Irish blessing, May your troubles be less and your blessings be more. And nothing but happiness come through your door.

 

Till the next time………………………………………….Be Blest!!!

 

Dezi: Vibrant Blue 

Raena: Navy Blue

 

Luv and Hugs and Kitty Kisses

 

Deztinee and RaenaBelle    

Cat Forum: We’ve been Interviewed

We’ve been innerviewed by our great furiends Kommando Kitty and Snoops from Adventures in Cheeseland. Head on over and check it out here. We had such a great time, and sure do purreciate your hospitality.

Greetings from Snoops and Kommando Kitty. We have a totally pawsome interview this month. Know how everybody’s always talking about service dogs? Well, we have a couple of service cats, and they are amazing. They are sisters Dezi and Raena, and you can find them giving service tips every Monday and other fun stuff the rest of the week on their own blog.

 

 

Click Here fur Interview

Till the next time………………………………………….Be blest!!!

 

 

Luv and Hugs and Kitty Kisses

Deztinee and RaenaBelle

Service Cats: Medicating Kitty: Training Kitty to Open Wide

WooHoo It’s Monday!!! Hmmmph Nopawdy ever says that, do they? The truth is, me isn’t either. Me hates this clock changin’ thingy. Do you know we didn’t get brekky today till almost 10 am? That’s right, 10 am. T’ween the cold, cuz yeah, that’s back; and the time change, mommy’s body is all wonky. Come to think ‘bout it, so is RaenaBelle’s. Kittens, That girl is a mystery. Anyways, you all didn’t come here today to hear me meow ‘bout the weather and the time change and how our posty is really late and we still don’t have a special graphic. It’s Service Cat Monday, and time fur a trainin’ posty. Ifin you have any trainin’ questions or questions in general, or topics you’d like to see us cover, purrlease leave them in the comments section or send us an email.

 

 Dezi laying in cat tree in new harness

 

We’ve got a topic today that everypawdy will benefit from. We get asked from time to time, how mommy medicates us. Cuz as you all know, we don’t like things added to our food. It’s not a casual dislike, it’s a won’t go near the plate and refuse to eat furever dislike. But as anyone who’s ever had an anipal knows, at some point and time, you will have to give said anipal some kind of medicine or supplement. As with all our Trainin’ posts, the followin’ will be written in human English fur reader and translation ease. And ifin you’ve missed any posts in the series, purrlease click on the links at the bottom of this posty. Our training posts are not intended to be a step by step manual but rather tips, tricks and techniques mommy has used/developed thru her many years of training animals, cats in purrticular. Remember, Training is all about Repetition and Rewards. Okay, the business is done, let’s get to it.

 

 Raena posing in her harness on the small cat perch

 

Medicating a cat is always a chore. Most cat owners hate the thought of it. You want to do what’s best for your beloved furry purrer, but you’d sooner cut your arm off than try to give them a pill. And let me tell you, if there’s an animal that has mastered the “fake out”, it’s a cat. Just when you think you’ve successfully got that horse sized pill down us, we go over to the middle of the floor corner and hack it back up, completely in tact me might add. Mommy is always complaining about feline medicine and how most of the treatments today are based around what works for dogs. Now, we don’t mean any offense to our doggy friends, but there’s no denying we are a completely different species with different needs and personalities.

 

 Raena with her eyes almost closed, looks up from plate of food.

Did you put medicine in mine’s food?

 

While there are some kitties who will eat their favorite foods with medicine mixed in, there are far more that won’t. So, cat parents have to become mad scientists’ and conjure up ways to get kitty his/her medicine. We know this, because it’s one of the most searched and talked about topics in cat forums and the internet. Mommy says it’s obviously easier to start training a kitten, but no matter the age, any kitty can be trained to open wide and gladly accept even the nastiest of medicines. Mommy doesn’t recommend paying the extra money to get kitty’s meds flavored with fish oils or malt. When done correctly, medicating kitty will be over and done with before they ever taste it.

 

 Pill Pusher or Pill popper

Let’s take a look at some of the tools you will need. First up is the magic Pill Push (mommy’s word for it). At approximately 6 inches in length, your fingers are safe. These tools are also called pill guns, pill dispensers, pill poppers and just pillers. They are extremely effective when used correctly and affordable. You can buy a good pill push for as little as a dollar. Mommy loves a good pill pusher and we’ve had the same one for over 20 years. To use the pill push, you would load the pill in the small rubber piece at the tip of the tool and hold kitty’s head back, insert pill pusher as far into kitty’s mouth as is safely possible (should rest at the opening of the throat) and push the depressor end. Immediately close kitty’s mouth and hold it closed while rubbing kitty’s neck in the direction of the belly. A couple of rubs is all that’s necessary. Always follow with a dropper/syringe of water to make sure the pill goes down and doesn’t get stuck in kitty’s throat. This step is a Must!!! Do Not give kitty food or treats until after water is dispensed. Obviously, the Pill Push is only good for pills or capsules. This technique can also be used for all liquid medications given with a syringe or eye dropper. 

 

 Oral Medication syringes

 

Now, let’s tell you how to train kitty to open wide. Start training kitty before kitty gets sick. We want to remind you that all training should start with the bonding technique we discussed in our Training Foundations post (link at the bottom of this post). Load your pill push with a small treat. You may have to cut it down a little. You always want to start with the smallest “pill size” possible. If you’re using a syringe, you might want to fill it with a hairball paste, baby food, butter, or peanut butter. And don’t fill the syringe all the way. A typical dose is about 1cc, so it’s not a lot. Okay, tool is loaded and ready. Call kitty/doggy to you, or retrieve them from their napping spot.

 

 Medicine dropper

Speak calmly and gently and tell them it’s time for medicine and a treat. Mommy’s too old to get in the floor with us these days, so she likes to put us on the bathroom vanity, cat steps or bed to administer medications. Hold kitty/doggy by the scruff of the neck, firmly enough to keep them in place. As you tilt kitty’s head back, firmly but gently say, “open wide” or “say aaaaaah”. Don’t be surprised if kitty clamps their jaws shut. Just continue to speak calmly to kitty. Insert the tip of the pill push/syringe/dropper into the side edge of kitty’s mouth and gently push up on the roof of the mouth. Kitty may initially fight or try to wriggle away from you. If necessary, re-insert pill push/syringe/dropper into kitty/doggy’s mouth towards the back of the throat. NEVER try to insert the pill push or syringe from the front of kitty’s mouth. It’s almost impossible and will cause more tension than is necessary for both of you. Continue to speak gently and inject the treat down kitty’s throat. Follow with the closed mouth, rubbing the neck and a bit of water. Tell kitty how proud you are and how good they were to take their medicine. You may also give them a few treats. Repeat this activity every day for at least a month. At some point kitty’s mouth will open on it’s own as you tilt the head back. At that point, repeat this activity at least once a month to keep kitty trained.

 

 Dezi licks butter/baby food spoon with medicine

 

Now, let’s say kitty’s meds are in a powder form. Mommy likes the butter spoon best for this, but you may use other mediums as well. A few other things you can mix the powder with is: baby food, olive oil, peanut butter, honey, hairball paste or one of the many flavored medicine maskers on the market today. Mix the powder with kitty’s preferred medium and offer it as a lickable treat. If kitty doesn’t lick it or doesn’t like the taste, put the mixture on the back of a child’s spoon and insert into kitty’s mouth from the side and deposit mixture on the roof of kitty’s mouth or their teeth. They will be forced to clean and swallow. And if this is the case, you might want to mix the powder with water or a low sodium broth and give to kitty through a dropper. Always remember to speak gently to kitty and tell them how good they are and how proud of them you are. Always use just enough medium to mix up the powder and no more.

 

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To train kitty to take “butter spoons”, again, start before kitty is sick. Start by mixing something harmless to kitty as a training treat. Mommy likes to use d-Mannose powder and/or crushed freeze dried treats. d-Mannose has been shown to help with the prevention of urinary tract issues. Offer kitty a small “butter spoon” daily for about a month and then once monthly to keep kitty trained. If using d-Mannose, use 1/8 – 1/4 tsp. daily for 3 days and then switch out to something else for a few days.

 

 Click here to watch on Youtube.

 

We know a lot of you make “treat pills” and the like, but mommy says it’s so much easier to have it done and over with so you’re sure kitty gets their proper dose. No kitty of mommy’s has ever seen a pill pocket, much less tasted one. If pills are prescribed, mommy’s preferred method is the pill push. Once you get accustomed to using it, medicating kitty takes about 10 seconds and it’s over with kitty none the wiser. One thing we might add, is when giving any oral medication, make sure you’re as far back in the mouth/throat opening as is safely possible and that kitties tongue is flat in their mouth. This will keep kitty from spitting the medicine out.

 

There are lots of ways to medicate kitty, and if you’re way is working for you, Great; keep up the good work. But for those of you having problems, or looking for a way to easily and safely give kitty medicines, then give our tips a try. Remember, it’s always easiest to medicate a cat that is accustomed to it and thinks it’s just another day in the life.

 

 Dezi licks her lips

Me luvs a good butter spoon.

 

We hope this post helps some of you. Medicating kitty isn’t anything to be afraid of, and at some point everyone will have to do it. Because cats can be extremely finicky, it’s better to find methods of medicating kitty that don’t include tainting our foods. Remember, training is all about Repetition and Rewards. If you have any questions or training post suggestions, please leave them in the comments or send us an email. And ifin you’ve missed any of the posts in this series, click on the links below or in any previous Service Cat post.

 

Till the next time………………………………………Be Blest!!!

 

Luv and Hugs and Kitty Kisses

 

Deztinee and RaenaBelle

 

Service Cats

What to look for     Training Foundations     Train Kitty to Massage

Smelling Disease     Do You Need One     Who Bears the Cost

Housing Laws and Exceptions     Accommodations and Common Sense

When the Handler Dies     Proper Training Methods Pt. 1 & Pt. 2

Easiest Task to Train     Getting Kitty Ready for an Outing

Discipline: Stop Countersurfing Kitty     Internal Disputes 

Calling Emergency Help     Just What is Kitty Capable of 

Shad: Original Service Cat     Harness or Vest Leash or Stroller

Dezi, the Wheelchair and the Chest     Round and Round We Go

Tumble and Fall Response     Raena Calls For Help 

The Rest of the Story     Raena and the Wheelchair Pt. 1 & Pt. 2

When to Train     Explaining Rewards and Kitty’s Feelings’

Stop Kitty’s Begging     Calling for Emergency Help Options Pt. 1    

Blest Sunday: Moving in Slow Motion

(Mommy fumbles around in the kitchen making Dezi and Raena’s breakfast and mumbles something about the time)

Dezi lays in the wheelchair while Raena meows t her from the top of the stroller.

 

Hey, sissy? What’s mommy mumblin’ ‘bout? Is it already brekky time? I’s not sure I’s really hungry yet. I’s know I’s not ready to hunt. ketch and kill anythin’.

 

 Dezi sits on the brown cat tree in her signature pose

 

      Don’t let mommy hear you meowin’ that, we’ll never get brekky furst thing in the meownin’ again. Seems humans think they know better than God and change their clocks a couple times a year. 

 

Raena sits on the brown cat tree

What does that mean, they change the clocks? What does a clock have to do with anythin’? 

 

 Dezi on the small brown tree looking up

 

     Oh Raena, the clock has Eeeverythin’ to do with everythin’ humans do. Even our mommy. The clock tells them when to get up, when to go to sleep, when to work, when to eat…

 

When to eat?!!! Why don’t they just go on tummy time? It works fur us.? 

 

     Ya’ think? You wanna know a secret?

 

A secret? Of course I’s wanna know a secret. What is it?

 

 Dezi and Raena looking at each other over a few Yeowww toys

 

     Calm down, mommy’ll think you’re tryin’ to rush her. The secret is, we think we run on our tummy time. But the truth is, mommy programmed our tummy clocks to the humans clocks so that our tummy time alarm goes off at the time mommy wants it too. Mommy’s a sneaky one, ya know. 

 

     What? What are you meowin’ ‘bout sissy? Our tummies have clocks? Did mommy furget to change them last night? Cuz really, I’s not think I’s hungry yet. 

 

 Dezi and Raena checking out Yeowww toys

 

     Trust me, by the time mommy gets our brekky ready, you will be. The hands on the clock may have moved fast an hour, but mommy’s movin’ in slow motion. Happens fur ‘bout a week every time the time changes. ‘Specially since it’s turned cold again. 

(Dezi and Raena look over at mommy who looks a bit confused at where she was in preparing their breakfast)

     Don’t worry, she’ll figger it out. Did you see the cool colorin’ book mommy got yesfurday?

 

 Raena checking out the coloring book, painting and card from Dash Kitten

Mommy didn’t realize the painting was flipped over till she

loaded these fotos this meownin’. 😦

 

I’s sure did. We won that fur mommy from awnty Marjorie and the Dash Kitten Crew. It travelled across the whole world to get here. And ya’ know what? I’s could still smell the kitties. It was really nice meetin’ some of our furiends. Ya’ know gettin’ to smell ‘em like that, I’s feel like I’s know them in the fur.

 

 Raena sniffs card from Dash Kitten while standing on the coloring book

Fanky fank ya’. Mommy’s gonna have fun.

 

     Yep, I’s exchanged a few scents too. Fank ya’ll, mommy’s gonna have lots of colorin’ fun. And she put the little paintin’ on her desk so she could look at it every day.

 

Hey Dezi, don’t furget to tell everypawdy ‘bout the fundraiser fur mommy. She got a big surprise this week.

 

 Dezi lays on top of cat tree ledge

 

     Yep Raena, she sure did. An Angel sent us $800.00 to our paypal this week. Ya’ know what that means? We’re ‘bout half way to our goal. Fank you soooooooooooooo much. Of course mommy cried, cuz she was so grateful. You know, mommy hates that she needs help. Askin’ others to help us, is purrobably her least favorite thing. She’s always said she’d do whatever she had to in order fur us to get what we need, but when it comes to herself, she’d rather go without. But what’s goin’ on with her teethies is really bad and we’re desperate. That’s why we started the fundraiser fur her. We need our mommy to be here and as healthy as she can be to take care of us. Even ifin she moves in slow motion. She’s our slow motion mommy and we luv her. Ifin you’d like to donate, you can do so directly to our Paypal at: lexi(dot)dezi(at)yahoo(dot)com (fur your copy and paste convenience: lexi.dezi@yahoo.com), or at the fundraiser here.

 

     We also wanna say fank you to awnty Petal. She and mommy met thru sis Lexi on facebook, and they be like sisfurs. Awnty Petal be family and we luv her. Ya’ know when mommy got really really sick back when our ‘pawrtment flooded, awnty Petal called the pawlice to come check on mommy. That might not seem like a big deal till ya’ know, awnty Petal lives across the big pond. We are so blest to have so many wonderful and caring furiends.

 

 Raena in tiger kitty holster cat harness

 

We sure are sissy. And don’t furget, awnty Vonda sent money so mommy could buy you a new harness and leash just like mines. We’ll be stylin’ together.

 

     Sure nuff. Fank you awnty Vonda, me can’t wait. Altho’ mommy did say me had to wait till she felt a little better so she could focus and order the right thing. Seems she can’t make out the numbers on the measurin’ tape right now. MOL Anyways, we are so fankful fur all of you; and we feel so blest to have you in our lives. Don’t furget to take a minute today and every day to give fanks fur the blessings in your lives. 

 

 Raena looks over from atop the Liberty Cat tree

 

Looks like mommy’s furinally got our brekky ready, sissy. Let’s link up with the Kitties Blue fur Sunday Selfies and go eat. I’s sure nuff hungry now.

 

Till the next time……………………………………………Be Blest!!!

 

Raena: Navy Blue 

Dezi: Vibrant Blue

 

Luvs and Hugs and Kitty Kisses

 

RaenaBelle and Deztinee    

Chatting Cats: Embarrassing, Scary and Delicious

Hey, is anypawdy out there? It’s me, RaenaBelle. We sure do wanna fank you all fur your luv and suppurrt. Mommy says it may have been a year since Lexi left her, but it feels like yesfurday. Most of ya’ unnerstand dat feelin’; and we just want you to know, you’re not alone. Anyways, besides the blues, mommy’s also been feelin’ a little out of sorts and extra achy. At furst she just thought it was cuz of the crazy weather and her teeth purroblems. But she’s had a horse and a frog wagin’ war in her throat lately, and coughin’ too. Now I’s not know how a frog much less a horsey can fit in mommy’s throat, but she sure sounds funny when she talks.

 

 Dezi lays on the Liberty Cat Tree

 

          Raena, don’t make fun of mommy. That’s not nice.

 

Come on sissy, you know she sounds funny. You said so yourself.

 

          That’s different. Me was talkin’ to you in purr-ivate. Me wasn’t tellin’ the world.

 

 Dezi stand on the house on the Liberty Cat tree

 

Oh purrlease, you know we blab everythin’. Anyways, when we went to see mommy’s doctor yesfurday, he wasn’t sure he believed that mommy was sick. He thought she was just havin’ some allergy and sinus issues. So some lady came in and stole some of mommy’s bloods. You know, they didn’t shave her neck or nuffin’. They just stuck somethin’ in her finger and it was all over. Them VETs’ could learn a little somethin’ ’bout blood stealin’. You know, mommy be a redheaded white woman, but when they stuck her, she was a redheaded ghosty. I’s was meowin’ and goin’ crazy pants inside mine’s stroller. Mommy dropped her head ‘tween her knees and Doc came in and asked what all the fuss was ‘bout. He took one look at mommy and ran over and held her in the chair. After a hunnerd few minutes, mommy raised her head, and she was back to bein’ mine’s redheaded white mommy and not mine’s ghosty mommy. ‘Course, I’s had calmed down once Doc came in the room to help mommy, so I’s laid peacefully in the stroller lissenin’ to mommy and Doc talk.

 

Raena lays in the stroller

They chatted ‘bout me and how things have changed fur the worse in medicine, and a little ‘bout pawlitics while waitin’ fur those blood test results. Furinally there was a knock on the door and the blood stealin’ thief appeared and handed Doc a piece of paper. He turned and looked at mommy and said, “How are you still walking around?” Seems mommy’s body be fightin’ the infection and sicks like crazy. So he faxed a script fur another antibiotic over to the furmacy and we all said our goodbyes and see ya’ laters. And with that mommy and me headed out to said furmacy to get mommy’s medicine.

 

 Dezi checks out Raena in her new harness

 

Things were goin’ purretty good till we left the furmacy and got to the car. Mommy just missed the step off the curb and down we went. Yep, she was holdin’ on to the stroller, so I’s tumbled over too. Mommy says she was so embarrassed. There she lay on the pavement, with piddle pads flyin’ everywhere. (we keep a few in the bottom of the stroller, just in case) I’s don’t know ‘bout this embarrassin’, but it sure nuff was scary. Mommy recovered like any good kitty would. She looked ‘round and pulled herself up with the help of the car. Yes, of course she pulled me up too. And then we sashayed over to the car door to load up like nuffin’ ever happened.

 

 Raena lays on top of the Liberty Cat Tree

 

When we got loaded in the car, mommy started cryin’ and ‘pawlogized fur lettin’ me fall. I’s was fine. I’s was just glad mommy was okay too. She’s a little extra bruised up, but all in all, she’s okay. After all that excitement, we headed straight fur home. Without even thinkin’, mommy popped her furst antibiotic dose in her mouth and swallowed it down. Then she went online to look it up. Seems, Cipro is used to treat serious infections; but it has some purretty scary side effects. So, we sure would purreciate any purrayers you can spare.

 

 Dezi checks out the AeroGarden

‘Member these cute little lettuce plants?

 

Now, do ya’ll wanna hear somethin’ cool? Mommy had her furst grown by her own hands salad this week. Yep, she was furinally able to harvest enuff leaves to make a salad. She said it was amazin’. But she also thinks she must be doin’ somethin’ wrong, cuz our garden doesn’t look or yield as much as the ones on the AeroGarden site.

 

 AeroGarden Lettuce Leaves

Check out those salad leaves fresh from the AeroGarden

 

          Yeah Raena, you’re right. But we did tell mommy that fur her furst time, she did a great job. Her lettuce pods have quite a few little baby sprouts that should eventually turn into more salad leaves. She’s been readin’ up and thinks her next growin’ venture should be Romaine. Most of the reviews talk ‘bout how quickly the Romaine grows.

 

I’s can’t wait sissy. I’s a really good helper. I’s tried to help mommy pick leaves fur her salad, but she kept shooin’ me away. I’s don’t know why she didn’t want mine’s help, do you?

 

          Me doesn’t know Raena. Ya’ reckon it could have somethin’ to do with the fact that you tried to eat a few? 

 

Who? Me? I’s was just makin’ sure they were ready, and not poison. You know, like a taste tester.

 

          A taste tester? Yeah right. Whatever. Anyways, let’s wrap this up and go play.

 

 Pet Parade Blog Hop Badge

 

Okay sissy. Furst we need to link up with Rascal, Rocco and their pawsum co-hosts fur the weekly Pet Parade. We’ll be ‘round to visit when we can. Ya’ know, we gotta wait on mommy to help us type. And we hope you all have a furtastic weekend.

 

 

Till the next time……………………………………….Be Blest!!!

 

Raena: Navy Blue  

Dezi: Vibrant Blue

 

Luvs and Hugs and Kitty Kisses

 

RaenaBelle and Deztinee     

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