Wednesday, September 19, 2012
I hope you don't mind if I jump in here with an "R" post for this round of Alphabe-Thursday. I believe I've managed to get at least one or two posts in for each round since Ms. Jenny began this event. I haven't been as active recently, but hope to do better in the future.
I chose the word RELIEF. Reid's poor cat was crying out for RELIEF one day a couple of weeks ago.
Talk about a freak accident. Poor Ashley sat on a piece of Press 'N Seal. In case you're not familiar with Press 'N Seal it's a product similar to Saran Wrap only much better.
It's very versatile. We first became acquainted with Press 'N Seal when Reid had a Central Venous Catheter going into an artery in his neck. The hospital told him to use Press 'N Seal to cover it for showers. It would be an ideal product to cover casts, stitches, etc., so if you have kids remember this tip.
Anyway, I left a used piece of Press 'N Seal on the counter. Ashley must have jumped up and sat on it while I was out of the room. All of a sudden I noticed Ashley running around the house in a panic. Yes, Press 'N Seal even sticks to a cat's bottom.
To say Ash freaked out is putting it mildly. It made this crinkling sound as he moved. Of course, the other cats became curious and had to see what was going on.
In order to take pictures I had to use cat treats. He kept running away. I wanted to pull the Press 'N Seal off and give him some RELIEF, but I couldn't catch him.
After a few minutes I finally caught him and pulled the Press 'N Seal off. Much to my surprise look at what fell out. (Examine the picture closely.) What an amazing product. Press 'N Seal can seal anything in. This is photographic proof.
Ash and I give this product a four star rating.
Finally, Ashley was able to hide under the desk. It's traumatic having the "you know what" scared out of you. With the Press 'N Seal (and more) removed he was able to get a little RELIEF.
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