Monday, October 12, 2015

The Hungry Little CK in A Pumpkin Patch

Weruva Pumpkin Patch Up! review

I’m happy to announce we have a brand new sponsor: Chewy.com. We are late to the pawty cos we’re non-conformists but we recently placed our first order with them. The customer service and everything else was outstanding. They make you want to order from them.

My first review is for Weruva Pumpkin Patch Up! Supplement. This is totally a natural for me since I love Weruva’s food with pumpkin soup except this isn’t pumpkin soup, it’s puree. Heh. Lemme give you the 411 on this product and then tell you how you can win a box to try it from Chewy.com.

Weruva Pumpkin Patch Up! contains only two ingredients (pumpkin and water for processing) and is BPA and gluten-free. The soluble and insoluble fibers support healthy gut mortality motility and stool quality. It’s pureed for easy mixing and you can put any left over in the refrigerator.

Weruva Pumpkin Patch Up! review
There really IS a pumpkin patch on Pop’s bed!

This supplement is for both cats and woofies so everyone can benefit. TW originally started buying Weruva foods with pumpkin soup to get more liquids into me since I never drink water. But she soon found out it had other benefits to me. As you may or may not know, pumpkin is very important for your cat cos it helps keep us regular. No cat wants to have their anal glands expressed, do they? I’ll let you in on a secret but this is between you and me. I don’t want it blabbed all over the interwebs. Before I started drinking their pumpkin soup, my stools were like dry and hard little marbles that would come out every three days. Pumpkin has worked wonders for my digestion and elimination. I no long have any problems in that department. What’s more, it’s good if you have the squirts too. Pumpkin is like a miracle supplement for cats and dogs.

Listen to this if you’re on a diet: According to PetMD, since pumpkin contains fiber and fiber gives you a feeling of being full, it may help with weight loss. Replace a small portion of your food with pumpkin and you’ll feel full and satisfied plus you’ll lose that extra poundage.

Weruva Pumpkin Patch Up! review

Pumpkin contains moisture and can help keep you hydrated especially if you eat a lot of kibble. It contains Vitamin C and carotenoids which could have anticancer properties. What could be wrong with a delicious food that aids digestive health, urinary health and aids in weight loss?

Weruva Pumpkin Patch Up! review
Did I eat it? Not too much. TW didn’t mix it in so you could
see it’s real pumpkin puree.

Chewy.com was kind enough to let me offer one of my readers a box of 12 1.05 oz. pouches of Weruva Pumpkin Patch Up! This giveaway is open to dogs and cats who are US residents only and  whose humans are over 18 (void where prohibited by law). To enter, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below with as many entry options as you want. Giveaway ends on October 20th at 12am ET. Good luck! If you don’t win, the Pumpkin Patch Up! is on sale right now on Chewy.com’s web site.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

FTC disclaimer: I received a box of the supplement and a box to give away in exchange for my honest review, but Stunning Keisha only shares products I believe it. Receiving the product didn’t influence my opinions. No one puts words into this ghetto kitteh’s mouth.

35 comments:

  1. My human is SO lax about getting pumpkin for us (well, mainly it's Binga who needs it), so it would be awesome to win these!

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  2. We don't get pumpkin all of the time, so these sound super-convenient instead of worrying about getting entire cans of pumpkin that would only be partially used.

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  3. You are sure punkin' patch pretty CK!

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  4. Sounds like the perfect thing to keep on hand for those little dietary indiscretions.

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  5. This is such a nice convenience! What a wonderful giveaway. You look so cute in your pumpkin patch, CK.

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  6. We used to buy the organic pumpkin in the can for Abby and mix it in with her food because well manx usually have digestion problems. This is really interesting and Mom would love to try it especially now that Boo is having anal glands 'issues'. She hated having them expressed and was HISSED OFF when the Vet did that to her. Poor girl.

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  7. I love this. Pumpkin is a favourite of Kali's. Most food is a favourite of Kali's. MOL I would have liked to enter and give it to an American friend. We probably won't see this little gem for several months.

    Shoko

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  8. This would be pawesome to get for we kitties need more moisture since we're not big drinkers and our woofie sister would benefit as she's on a diet. Winning would be catabulous but either way our human will buy some. Thanks for sharing!


    -Clove & Kaspars

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  9. So glad you found something that helps you AND that you like! That's a great combination!

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  10. Thanks for letting us know how good pumpkin is for you. I should give Sammy pumpkin -he is always hungry, never full. I should get myself some pumpkin too I love the photos of you with the real thing too :)

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  11. I have given pumpkin to the dogs occasionally, and they really like it and I know it's good for them. I didn't know it was good for cats too though!
    We actually have some of this coming from chewy as well, and I'm very curious to see if our picky cat Sam will eat it or not.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  12. Concats on the new sponsorship! Love your spooky-o-ween blog banner too.........hope you'll be coming to my PAWTY on the 31st..."Best Costume" contest entries to me by 28th. I've tried pumpkin before back when my human was trying EVERYTHING to hide my medication so I'd take it - pumpkin was in the top 5.

    Hugs, sammy

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  13. That sounds like great stuff ! Purrs

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  14. I'll have to try it on my 2 boys. One doesn't drink that much so this might be good for him.

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  15. I have never tried giving that to Mario. He is such a picky eater that I have not bought any for him.

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  16. ck...manee thanx for sharin thiz post....we R for sure gonna hafta give thiz a try coz frank lee de stuff fresh outta de can wuz a noe go.....noe matter what de food serviss gurl did two it....noe one eated it, knot even de cuzinz B & D ~~~~ ♥♥♥

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  17. You look cute peeping over the pumpkin. I wish this was available in the UK. as pumpkin products are very hard to come by here.
    As you were brave and said you had little hard marble poops, I will also be brave and admit I get the squirts at least 50% of the time. My mum is sure it is because the locum vet gave me that convenia shot a year ago when I was already weak from a bad reaction to antibiotics.

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  18. *sigh* I don't suppose you could use your undoubted influence to persuade Chewy to come to the UK could you? I am desperate for pumpkin!! ;) xoxox

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  19. yes, i give them pumpkin treats and when they have an upset tummy i give them a little spoon of pure pumpkin from a can. i have 3 mini schnauzers.

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  20. We LOVE pumpkin! Especially this time of year....PUMPKIN EVERYTHING! Seriously though, these look great. Nice review!!

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  21. As a pumpkin fanatic myself, I adore your graphics!!! From what I've seen so far though, Mudpie isn't a fan.

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  22. That's a great information. Niko tends to get constipated, and pumpkin helps him move!
    It's wonderful that the company came up with convenient pouch!

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  23. We haven't tried Weruva yet, but I've heard great things!

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  24. We have some of this but we haven't tried it yet. We think it's time!

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  25. My pets do not currently eat pumpkin, but I'm sure they would enjoy trying it! I entered with an "Amie De" Facebook account.

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  26. Like you, my BFGF, I slurped up that punkin' soup from Weruva cat food packets. But that as a year ago. Now, I turn my nose up and I totally won't go near the pumpkin purée. Bummer cuz I know it could help my digestion problems

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  27. Great review! I have heard of Weruva, but have not tried it yet. It looks like a great product!

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  28. Dat's so cool CK. Weez gunna be havin' a give away fur Wervua this mumff. Weez luv this stuff and da Wervua noms too. Gweat review and welkum to da chewy blog team.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and LLexi

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  29. Mee-you mee has bowl issues meeself Lady Cathy an so mee iss enterin thee contest also. Mee iss glad wee found yur bloggie! LadyMum iss sorta slow ;)
    **nose kissesss** Siddhartha Henry xxxx

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  30. I know how much you love your pumpkin CK! Callie hasn't tried any pumpkin stuff yet, but Shiner has been eating her canned pumpkin treats. I bought one of them little pumpkins like you have for the rats to chew up too. I entered - maybe Callie would like it!

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  31. Hm...Nellie did not like pumpkin, but the Hairy Slobbery Sister Cinnamon loves it!
    Cuddles and Scritchs
    NM
    (Nellie's Mom)

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  32. I have a lab who eats anything, she hasn't tried pumpkin but I'm sure she would like it

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  33. Mr Teef and Clarkie used to LOVE pumpkin and good thing cause they had, um, poop problems. Knock wood, my poops are regular and beauteous--cause I like water and stay well-hydrated.

    But I might like the stuff, who knows? The Human might give it a whirl! Love yoU! XOXOXO

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  34. Very colorful photos for your pumpkin patch & pumpkin supplement info.

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  35. Pumpkin is fantastic! Carmine and Milita eat it everyday, and it really helps their digestive tracts. :)

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