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2 Comments 10 August 2010

How Are We Doing?

We launched our Castor & Pollux blog back in May. Since that time we’ve written posts on a variety of topics ranging from dog and cat adoption, to animal cruelty, to notes on the organic food industry, and so on. Now we’re curious to know what you think. What posts have interested you the most? Do you want more information on pet health and nutrition? Do you like to read the personal pet stories that come from our employees here at Castor & Pollux?

We’d love it if you’d share your thoughts about our blog. If you have time, take a look through the posts and let us know your favorite. If there is a particular question or area of interest that you’d like us to address, just let us know. We want this blog to be a place that you can come for both information and a little bit of entertainment, so please, take a few minutes and use the comment form below to let us know how we’re doing.


- who has written 28 posts on Castor & Pollux Pet Works Blog.

Kate lives in Portland, OR and is an employee of Castor & Pollux Natural Petworks. She grew up surrounded by pets of all kinds, and currently has two rescue dogs- Riley and Sigh.

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  1. DeeDee says:

    We posted in error under (scratching)
    We were buying Castor & Pollux cat food. Under advice from our veterinarian who practices homeopathic treatment for ailing cats,dogs, farm animals, horses, etc.,
    we no longer serve prepared cat food made with grain. If you make a grain -free diet, we will continue to purchase from you.

  2. DeeDee says:

    Also cellulose or other substitutes ought not be added to a feline diet for any reason. They would never eat these fake foods in the wild. Domestic cats and older cats may need LESS FOOD but not less protein and empty calories. Yours is not the only company offering these products. I tried C&P& once, and returned the bag after reading the label and recogonizing that it was the wrong solution. If I wouldn’t ingest this ingredient, why would I give it to our cats?

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