Sunday, October 9, 2011

Nummy Tum Tum Pure Pumpkin is selling cases of twelve cans of this stuff for $24.92. It's billed as "Organic Pumpkin and Sweet Potato puree. High in Vitamin A and fiber. Helps with digestive system and weight loss."

Sounds sweet, right? Well, if you like pumpkin. Which, incidentally, I do not.

Why am I posting this here? Twelve cans of pumpkin/sweet potato puree doesn't sound that interesting.

The catch? It's DOG FOOD. Seriously.

While I can't see Fido being remotely interested in anything that doesn't taste like rack or roast of some unfortunate animal, apparently some dogs will eat pumpkin. The Amazon page has user reviews that say that they've either given this stuff to their pooches straight or mixed in with other, more traditional dog food.

According to the user reviews on Amazon, some of the cans are arriving dented, so take care if purchasing.

My favorite user review: "I will admit that I overlooked the "For Dogs" part in the tiny thumbnail picture but the title should include that important information. I bought this for my girlfriend and I and we are not dogs. The worst part is that this item is not eligible for returns.


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