We’ve talked…er… written… before about how adopting a pet is the best and when preparing to adopt a pet calculating the real cost of caring for your furry friend.
I hope you don’t mind if we get serious here for a moment, but there’s another very good reason why you shouldn’t buy a puppy at a pet store.
Pet stores that care about puppies don’t sell them. That’s because the majority of pet stores that sell puppies carry dogs from cruel and inhumane puppy mills. Puppy mills are like dog-making factories with the mother dogs spending their entire lives in cramped cages or kennels with little or no personal attention or quality of life.
Help stop this cycle of cruelty simply by choosing to adopt your next pet from a shelter or rescue, or by only purchasing a dog from a responsible breeder who will show you where your puppy was born and raised. And that’s not all—you can do even more by refusing to buy pet supplies from any store or website that sells puppies. Where you spend your dollars makes a difference. Make a statement when you shop!
Watch the video, then fill out and submit your pledge.
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I’m hoping you haven’t forgotten this item in your emergency stockpile.
I’m sure you have bottled water. Check!
I’m sure you have shelf-stable food. Check!
Now for the real question…
Do you have enough toilet paper in your household?
If you had a sudden snowstorm, or were faced with a hurricane, or any other natural disaster that is common (or maybe not as common) in your area, where you had no electricity for anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, stores were not being restocked and it took weeks before normal business resumed, would you have enough toilet paper in your home for your family?
I recommend always having at minimum a 2 to 4 week supply of toilet paper in your home.
Print these coupons and stock up on toilet paper before the storm!
Save $2 off Scott Toilet Paper
I like to be as natural as possible (while still affordable). Honest.com sells non-toxic, all natural home essentials like lotion and laundry detergent. They also offer non-toxic, all natural baby diapers and wipes. Plus, you don’t even have to go to the store, these are shipped right to your door.
I also love a free trial! When trying a new product I want as little risk on my part as possible. Now this is my kind of deal!
Choose a free discovery kit of Diapers and Wipes and/or our Essentials. Pay only $5.95 for shipping and handling. You’ll be automatically enrolled in our monthly service* – cancel the service at any time.
Includes a sample supply of diapers AND wipes (for a limited time ) that are safer for children
Family Essentials Bundle
Includes a trial size of the most important stuff you’ll need for your family
* With your free Discovery Kit you will become enrolled as a MEMBER of The Honest Company. You have 7 days following receipt of your Discovery Kit to cancel your membership at any time, for any reason. We will remind you several times about your membership options. If you choose to not cancel your membership, you will be charged $79.95 plus $5.95 shipping and handling for your monthly supply of Diapers, or $35.95 plus $5.95 shipping and handling for your monthly supply of Family Essentials.
Go to Walgreens.com and use code COLLAGEFREE to get a free 8×10 collage print. Choose in-store pick-up to avoid shipping charges.
Get a free 8×10 photo print from Walgreens! Use code TRULYFREE at checkout and be sure to choose in-store pickup to avoid shipping costs. Expires Saturday October 20th.