Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Kanga Boo Boosters
PERCY: Hey, guys, look what I found on top of Marcus's private dining car. I think these are for you canines.
BUDDY: Then what are you doing with them? You're not a canine.
PERCY: I'm guarding them so Jan doesn't eat any before she gives you guys some.
SAM: Okay, here she is ready to pass out treats. What are these, Percy?
PERCY: According to the package, they are Boo Boo's Best Boosters, dehydrated raw treats and food toppers for dogs for supplemental or intermittent feeding. And they're not for human consumption, so Jan had better not eat any of your treats.
MARCUS: They smell good. What are they made from?
PERCY: They're called KangaBoo, made from kangaroo, fruits and vegetables.
SAM: For real, made from kangaroo?
PERCY: Yes. The ingredients are wild Australian kangaroo, bison heart, bison fat, organic zucchini, green beans, pumpkin puree, papaya, blueberries, organic virgin coconut oil and Vitamin E.
MERCI: Hey, that's quite a list of healthy foods. No wonder Buddy grabbed one from Jan's fingers so fast he nearly took her fingers with the treat.
SAM: I think we'd all lick out bowls clean if Jan dropped some of these on our food.
PERCY: There are no grains, wheat, corn, soy, gluten, artificial ingredients or preservatives. And they have wild or grass-fed meats raised without hormones or antibiotics. Do you guys think I could have one? They sure smell good.
BUDDY: Hey, where did Jan go with the treats? I was going to suggest Jan feed us an extra meal today and top it with the KangaBoo.
MERCI: Boo Boo's Best sent us a bag of treats and a bag of ... air? Well, actually, they probably sent Jan the green tote bag. We don't generally tote anything. That's why we have Jan.
MARCUS: They also have Mighty Mussels and Renewing Rabbit flavors, with Glorious Goat and Bountiful Bison coming soon. We all loved the KangaBoo treats and food topper. Jan loved that they are healthy for us.
We were provided with a bag of KangaBoos, but we were not compensated for this review. Any opinions expressed are purely our own.