Thursday, December 15, 2016

Petcurean Gather


Marcus:  Hey, Jan, I've been waiting 87 hours in this prison for my breakfast.  I'm growing older by the minute.  Is my grub going to be served today?

Jan:  Stop fibbing!  You haven't even been up for 87 hours and you put yourself in your Private Dining Car so don't insinuate I've locked you up.


Merci:  This is what we're all waiting to be served this morning.  It's the new Petcurean Gather cat food and dog food.  We've already been taste testing it and it's go-od, as Sheriff Andy Taylor of Mayberry used to say.  Not that Mayberry was a real town but this kibble is real food.

Marcus:  The Gather line was introduced last month to pet specialty stores in the U.S. and Canada. It's "crafted from certified, organic, non-GMO and sustainably produced ingredients."

There are three recipes for dogs and one for cats. We quote Petcurean.
  • Wild Ocean:  certified fresh line-caught cod blended with MSC certified krill, peas, lentils, chickpeas, organic flaxseed and other essential ingredients to provide a hearty, healthy meal for adult dogs.
  • Free Acres (a dog and a cat recipe):  certified organic free run chicken with organic peas, lentils, krill, organic flaxseed, blueberries and cranberries to provide dogs and cats with extra nutrition and extraordinary flavours.
  • Endless Valley:  certified organic pea protein and other pure and natural ingredients are crafted into a vegan certified recipe especially for dogs.

Buddy:  Jan liked the first two recipes so much she never read the third, so we want to mention that although we know some people are feeding their pets a vegan diet, Jan disagrees with that.  We certainly do!  Endless Valley is only for dogs - not intended for cats at all - but we dogs also want our meat protein! 


Marcus:  Speaking of meat protein, can we get to the photo session so we can eat?  I'm faint from hunger!

Merci:  I doubt that.  But we're testing the cod recipe, so you should feel like swimming soon.


Marcus:  See, I told you.  I don't even have the energy to stand up to eat.  But I think I can manage if I don't exert myself


Buddy:  I can't imagine what Marcus's problem is.  Merci and I have a lot of years on him and we're not having a problem standing up to eat. 


Marcus:  It's okay.  I think the food is slowly reviving me. Perhaps another bowl?


Micah:  Jan made us kitties our breakfast and sprinkled some of the Free Acres chicken kibble over it so readers can see how much we like it. 


Cyndi:  Yes, Jan has some crazy idea this will make better photos than a traffic jam at the kibble bowl. 


Rusty:  Personally, I think it's a good idea.

Taylor:  Yes, once in a while, Jan has a good idea.  Don't tell her I said that, though.


Percy:  Look at these little kibble pieces.  I've heard humans like biscuits and gravy.  I guess we cats are having kibble and gravy this morning.

Rusty:  I think we should tell her breakfast is a hit this morning.  Perhaps we can have a repeat before we run out of the Free Acres kibble.


Percy:  Great.  We can clean our plates, take a snooze, and then suggest the same breakfast tomorrow, but I'm pretty sure she won't have a clue what she fixed us this morning.

Buddy:  The new Petcurean Gather dog and cat food was a huge success here.  We all enjoyed the healthy fish or chicken protein.

Merci:  Don't forget to tell everyone that Petcurean bags are 1/3 plant instead of petroleum based..  How neat is that!

Marcus:  I would be so thankful if they made the packaging out of chicken.  Jan wouldn't have to open the bags and measure our food.  I wouldn't have to wait 87 hours to get served.  I think I'll suggest that.  Does anyone know their phone number?


The company provided dog and cat food for an honest review, but we were not paid.  Petcurean is not responsible for the content.

We are joining the Thankful Thursday blog hop at Brian's Home

13 comments:

  1. Hari OM
    Oh yes, that does seem to be pretty good foodables! Although vegetarian myself (not vegan, I do take dairy and eggs), I agree that it is a bit silly to expect dogs, who are omnivores, to live without a meat-based portion. Jade-dog loved her veges and lentils, but I always made sure to make her fave liver pilaf and lambs mince tart and such for her. Gotta say, though, it's great that there are so many companies understanding the need for quality for our pets too!!! Hugs wags whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  2. You're running quite the diner there girl!
    LeeAnna

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  3. OMD OMD HOW could you do this to us??? Showing us that FABULOUS foodable and OUR SUPPER is like 87 hours away... NOW we are STARVED.

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  4. Goooo-ood! Sounds terrific
    Snorts
    Lily & Edward

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  5. Okay, I gotta fess up, now I'm hungry! Great review everyone and thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  6. Cool review! I think I'll look for it!

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  7. Marcus, you have just hit on a MILLION DOLLAR IDEA!!! Chicken-based packaging! Or fish or beef. BRILLIANT. You just wait, someone will do it and I won't get a cent of the royalties, nor will you. Love, Loulou (hope you have your strength back)

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  8. I hadn't heard of this food. Looks like good stuff. Thanks for sharing ~Rascal and Rocco

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  9. That looks absolutely delish!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  10. Marcus, you make me laugh. I think you starve as quickly as Bentley, more like in 87 seconds!

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  11. That was a hit in the food department for sure! We shall have to see if we can find that around our town.

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