We are late getting this post finished. So many things have interrupted us, all of them with the initial Jan! She didn't get the photos taken, she couldn't get them downloaded, she wouldn't let us use the computer. Can we fire her or will the Blogging Pet Humans Union file a lawsuit against us?
We had an opportunity to create a removable sticker pet . Um, a removable pet sticker. To make a sticker picture of one or more of us. We couldn't agree on which one of us should be on the sticker, so we asked Jan to pick a photo and order one for us. Big mistake. She doesn't read and follow directions too well. But she managed and when it arrived, we started to gather around to see which one of us she picked as the model.
Rusty: No, he's still here.
Cameron: There's no use hanging around if Andy isn't leaving. Maybe there are some crumbs left in the kitchen.
Jan: Can you guys stop grumbling long enough to find out who Andy is and why I chose his photo for the sticker?
Jan: It is. Andy is your cousin. He's the dog that keeps Miss Teresa company since Fraggle died. You guys have your pictures all over the internet but Miss Teresa doesn't have a computer and she's been wanting a photo of Andy. So I thought you'd like to give her one so she can enjoy it.
Sam: **hangs head** Uh, well, when you put it that way.
Rusty: Percy, if you move your butt off the photo .... here, **crinkle, crinkle** I'll just smooth out the wrinkles..
The stickers are made of vinyl. When Miss Teresa decides where she wants to put the sticker, she'll just peel the photo from the backing and apply to a clean surface. If she wants to move it later, she can peel it off, wipe the surface with water and apply. If Jan had ordered a different shape, Andy's photo could be applied to the bumper of Miss Teresa's van. But Jan thought she'd rather have the photo inside where she can see it.
Since we ordered our sticker, BumperPet.com has added a new pet rescue template. In case of fire or other emergency, one of these on the front and/or back door would alert emergency personnel you have pets. That's a good idea for any home.
We should order one of each of us and put them all on the side of the computer tower so our innocent faces would make Jan feel guilty every time she denies us access to the computer.
There are different sized and shaped templates to choose from. All you need to order is a quality photo and a human who can follow instructions.
BumperPet.com partners with pet charities and donates $1 of each sale. They donate $2 from every custom sale. Their goal is to raise as much money for animals in need as they can.
BumperPet.com provided us with the sticker of Andy but we were not paid for this review. Any opinions expressed are from our own experience with the product.