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What You'll Get
For $14, today's side deal gets you $30 worth of home pet food delivery from Kibble Kart online. This deal includes home delivery to Jefferson, Oldham, and Spencer Counties
Kibble Kart delivers high quality pet foods made without unhealthy ingredients like corn, soy, wheat, and poultry by-products, straight to the doors of ravenous rovers and their famished feline companions. The top-notch noshes include brands from Natura Products, which uses only ingredients manufactured in the U.S.A. Pet parents looking to ease their dogs into better eating habits can try the 15 lbs. bag of California Natural Chicken kibble ($27.99), made from high-quality protein, and easy on a doggie's delicate stomach. EVO cat and kitten food ($21.99 for 7lbs) is grain free and high in protein, meant to resemble the ancestral diet of the domesticated wondercat.
An online comparison chart allows new customers to compare the ingredients of Kibble Kart's brands with their old commercial brand.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person/household, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Reservation required. Valid for delivery to Jefferson, Oldham, and Spencer Counties. Must use in 1 order, no cash back. Not valid with other offers. Tax is included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kibble Kart
Pets provide companionship, comfort, and unconditional love—and the proper fuel can help them keep at it for years to come. That’s why Kibble Kart delivers the building blocks for a healthy diet right to owners’ front steps. The company only sells natural cat and dog foods that are made of quality meats, sidestepping the often-detrimental effects of corn, soy, wheat, and mystery byproducts found in some pet foods. Only top-shelf eats from brands make the cut—such as Innova‘s holistic chow made with farm-fresh ingredients and Orijen’s award-winning kibbles—so pet owners can get back to worrying about reality TV outcomes instead of their furry friends.