Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Food review time

Check out what came to our house today. The man in the brown clothes and big brown truck (this is one of the few times that I like him, I'll tell you about that another day) met Mum outside as she was getting ready to leave the house and handed her this: 

Notice who it is addressed to?  Me!  See who it came from? Chewy.com
I know what that means!  It means just what the sticker on the back says.  Dinner!  In today's case: LUNCH!  And I never get wet food for lunch, except on special occasion.

What deliciousness did they send me today? Its a tower of Hills Ideal Balance, Braised Salmon Recipe. I am a big fan of any and all wet stinky goodness foods, but just look at this:
The ingredient list starts off with these yummy bits: Chicken Broth (yup, I like that), Salmon (ooh, I really like that), Carrots, Green Peas (never had those by themselves), Turkey, Potatoes, Egg White, Chicken Fat and Spinach (all of those sound like they are good for me). That's a great sounding list of food. After those is a bunch of big words about vitamins and minerals that I don't think is necessary to list.   The main thing is, NO by-products or random yuckiness, just good wholesome ingredients with no grains.  I think this is going to be great! 

After watching me get my lunch, do you think I enjoyed it?   You are correct!  I loved it!   I know, I know, I'm not one of those funny cats who make nom-nom noises when they eat, but I know how to get down and enjoy a dish of food.

If you like the stinky goodness foods, get your peepul to buy you some of the Hills Ideal Balance kind, you won't be sorry. There are other flavors like roast chicken and savory venison that I'm sure would be just as tasty as the salmon.

 Also, if you want to try food for free, sign up with chewy.com, Andrew sends out emails every month with different opportunities to get samples for reviews. I could do these more often if Mum was better about letting me check my email and she saw the messages in time. 

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Review Disclaimer:  I received a free product for review as a member of the Chewy.com Blogger Program.  The opinions expressed herein are my own and not influenced by any outsider.  I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review and I receive no additional benefits for talking about the product or the company.

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