Buckaroo Gives Purina Treat Package 4 Paws Up! #ad


Buckaroo is our Mailroom Cat, and he assiduously inspects every package that comes in to Mousebreath HQ. Today he was rewarded with a box chock-full of treats sent to HIM by Purina. As part of a giveaway we ran last month, Purina sent us a prize box, too. We love it when that happens.

When I told Buckaroo that he had to share with Trip and Banzai, he gave me the look:


And then he went back to trying to resolve that eternal conundrum: how to open treat bags without owning a pair of opposable thumbs.


It was a nice haul for him… he scored bags of Whisker Lickins cat treats and Purina® Beyond Chicken and Egg Formula food, a sample of Purina® Cat Chow®Gentle Formula, Fancy Feast Purely for Cats, and a new Wobert and Pull-n-Play Tender Strings toy.

The Purina Beyond Chicken and Egg dry food was a first for him and he went nuts over it. It’s full of real, recognizable ingredients plus essential nutrients. No corn/wheat/soy, no poultry by-product meal, and no added artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. So if your cat is sensitive to grains or gluten, you should check it out.


Does anyone have suggestions on how to teach a cat to SHARE with his brothers?


THE FINE PRINT: This is a sponsored post. Mousebreath received a prize box from Purina in exchange for the post, without expectation of a rave review. We respect our readers and would never recommend any product we weren’t gaga over. 

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Mousebreath Magazine is an award-winning online magazine that celebrates cats and the cat-centric lifestyle. Editor Karen Nichols is a popular conference speaker and writer, whose current project is The Cat Scout Handbook. She is also the denmaster at CatScouts.com.

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  1. Ellen Pilch says:

    No tips on sharing, sorry. I don’t blame you, I wouldn’t share either.

  2. Yes, if you want a cat to share with his siblings, you buy one of each item so each cat has his own. At least that is what works around here.


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