Friday, 12 September 2014

PURRFECTBOX

Hey,

Now we've all heard of the monthly beauty subscription boxes: Birchbox, Glossybox ect, all of which I honestly don't rate very much. Now please correct me if i'm wrong but I know the items that work for me and I will buy them accordingly. The idea of receiving a random selection of beauty products each month doesn't really appeal. But then again what do I know about beauty? (Not a lot)

Something that does appeal to me (and Misty) a lot more is the idea of a monthly cat goodie box. I recently got the opportunity to review a 'Purrfect Box'. As a lot of you know I had two beautiful kitties, Rocky and Misty. Unfortunately we had to put Rocky down last week after finding out he had a big tumor in his stomach and it was the kindest thing to do :( At the grand age of 19 he had a great life and was the most spoilt and loved cat i've ever known. For the last week Misty has been scouting the house/garden meowing as she goes looking for her best friend, so the arrival of this box of treats came in good timing to cheer the little fluffball up = ^ ^ =

The boxes change every month and start at £15.99. The contents of this box include a Wasabycat scratching post and catnip, Hello Cat snacks, Trixie Multivitamin paste, a spot laser, and a heart cushion. There is something about the actual cardboard box it all came in that Misty is completely obsessed with though - typical! I'm presuming it had some catnip on it as she was rolling around in it for about 20 minutes and I couldn't get her out.










Purrfect Box - c/o Purrfect-box.co.uk


The verdict of this box is a big paws up from Misty with her favourite items being the little heart cushion and the catnip scratching post - i've never seen her go so crazy! We would definitely recommend this to any cat owner to treat their beloved cat to. For anyone that owns cats you'll understand how hard it is to get the little critters to pose photogenically - especially when all she cares about is rolling around in heaps of catnip,

Buy your box [here] Purrfectbox also contribute financial aid from each box towards the protection of animals - a cause I really admire! Don't have a cat? Don't worry they do doggy boxes too :D

J x