RESPECT The- Star!
|Purred: Sat Jun 23, '12 5:56am PST |
|Actually, thats how that issue got started. The kittens refused to eat it. I knew they weren't sick, they were acting their normal crazy boy selfs. I gave them something else, they ate it. Common sense, tells you its the food.
On a rare occassion, the wet food does not look right, it will have a green tint around the edges, or be all smushed up, like someone mixed it up with water, I am thinking, it is a sealing issue, or it could be the driver left the pallets sitting out too long.
If they won't eat it, and they are acting their normal self, and will eat something else, for whatever reason, there is something wrong with that food, and they is tellin their mommy, the bestest they can.
Was talking to someone about this the other day, and got thinking about this. Companies are companies, they are in the business to make money, doesn't matter the product they are selling. Its the same in the pro football world. When a big name player is fixing to get traded, a team is looking to move to another city, a big name coach is going to get fired, and my favorite one, the Michael Vick saga, the industry knows about it first, they start talking about it, then, it trickles down to the fans.
The fans don't know about it first.
In this case, no talking going on, in the pet food industry, it seems only the pet parents know, which doesn't make sense. Its all over the Blue Buffalo and Purina FB sites. And it all gets traced back to that one Dogster post. Blue Buffalo has said they are not selling to Purina, which is actually Nestles, Purina has not even commented, not one comment.
Its kinda like, the fans finding out first, that Farve is retiring, that ain't gonna happen.
Not at all saying the doggie person made it up, or the person who told them, but, in the business world, pet food or football, sometimes, stuff gets "planted" per say, to take attention off something else that is going on, they don't want people to know about. Ever watch Dallas, purr fect example.
Don't never ever, bet again JR Ewing, mol.