Is Your Pets’ Environment Toxic?

Reducing commercial cleaning products for your spring cleaning chores will not only benefit you, but your household companions. By using simple ingredients, including water, baking soda, lemon juice, white vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, club soda, olive oil and cornstarch just to name a few; you are declaring a clean and safe environment for both you and your pets.

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About Fetch

Fetch = to go or come after and bring or take back Yeah, that's a great name for a cat. I've got some really smart humans. I would have chosen something to match my prowess as a hunter. Something like "Vinnie the Mouse Slayer" or "Catzilla". My real name is "Squeegie" and my story of how I landed in this hell hole is much to long and complicated to get into here. The only thing that keeps me going is the hope of escape. Hey, give me another hit of that cap nip.


Is Your Pets’ Environment Toxic? — 1 Comment

  1. Our house often feels like a zoo! We have 1 dog, 3 cats, 13 fish and 2 small children. I used to worry constantly about all of the chemicals that wound up in our house as we tried to keep it clean! Once I started doing my research I was amazed at how many things from my pantry and fridge could clean my house as well (if not better) than all of those toxic chemicals!

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