So, in the cats community there is a note about eating your pet's food. Reminded Swampy of this classic blog entry:
Beggin' Strips are bacon-shaped, bacon-flavored treats for dogs. In the commercial a dog runs around the house like a maniac shouting BACON, BACON, BACON, BACON, BACON! It's weird, because I do the exact same thing.
Beggin' Strips slogan is "Dogs don't know it's not bacon!" Newsflash: Dogs are retarded. Mine used to eat his own vomit, and wag his tail while he did it. I'll be the one to decide if this stuff tastes like bacon or not.
When I was younger like 2 or 3, I ate my cats dry cat food. Also I remember there was a type of dry cat food that contained a "pickle" scented pen (i know weird...why would a cat NEED a pen????) and in another food there was a cheese wedge (in which i ate that too). My mom was so nervous that she rushed me to the ER thinking I was gonna die from eating it.....nope I'm still here to tell about it!!! Hehehehe :-)
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