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Belinda Says Hay: “That’s Right. Hay.”

Belinda Says Hay spokesrabbit blog, April 21, 2024: "Belinda Says Hay spokesrabbit blog, "That's Right. Hay."

Hello. It's Belinda.

If you missed last week's blog please don't read it.

It's one big apology for all the eclipse nonsense.

I'm so embarrassed. 

So I've made a decision.

From now on I'm going to follow the rules.

My blog is called "Belinda Says Hay" and that's exactly what I'm going to do. Talk about hay.

If you're not in the mood for a "serious" blog today you can just skip to the good part and see all the hay on the company website.

Thanks in advance to those who keep reading. And now, I would like to tell you a little about Small Pet Select hay. 

Timothy Hay

Timothy hay comes in three "cuts." Meaning 1st, 2nd and 3rd cut.

I always have some 2nd cut in my hay pile. It's a good "base."

If I want more stems I add some 1st cut. Gives it a little more chew. If you want less chew, order 3rd cut.

It's all good for you. Keeps you regular if you know what I mean.

Please note that's just my spokesrabbit opinion. "I'm not a veterinarian."

My professional hay writing is off to a good start.

Alfalfa Hay

If you want to make a fussy rabbit eat, offer some alfalfa hay. I could eat the whole box. It's sweet and has just the right "bite." 

You can tell I don't write ads. I just describe how food feels when you eat it.

My roommate says alfalfa has "too many calories" for me. It's mostly for young rabbits. I get a pinch but not every day.

This alfalfa description took me two days to write. Lots of editing. I hope it's not too "stern."

Oat Hay

Ready to "jazz up" your timothy hay? Mix in some oat hay. 

Rabbits like variety. So do spokesrabbits. It's fun to eat oat stems and oat "tops."

Rabbits also like digging through a stack of hay for the good pieces. "They are all good pieces" but oat tops are even better. Come on.

Sorry if this oat hay section is more of a "dissertation." I found that word in the thesaurus app. It means scientific.

Orchard Hay

Timothy hay isn't the only "daily" hay in this house. We always have some orchard hay mixed in with the rest. It's good for variety.

If your human sneezes every time they reach into your hay box, tell them to order some orchard hay. Some roommates are allergic to timothy but not to orchard. Don't ask me why. "It's a mystery."

You can have a mystery in a professional blog by the way. Moon nonsense no but allergies are not nonsense.

Gourmet Hay

"Just to review." So far we have covered timothy, alfalfa, oat and orchard hays. We have two more to go.

The first is gourmet hay. It's very fancy and tasty.

It's a mix of 2nd cut timothy hay, 3rd cut timothy, alfalfa hay, orchard hay, lavender, raspberry leaf, strawberry leaf, rose petals, plantain, bay leaf, dandelion leaf, chamomile, oat tops and lemon verbena. Sometimes a few berries too.

And a pine cone "garnish."

This gourmet section is very technical. I should send it to NASA to review but I'm already on their nerves because of my eclipse blogs. "To put it mildly."

Premium Ultra-Soft Timothy Hay

When you write a "business blog" you're not supposed to use too many adjectives.

The problem with that is I'm writing about Premium Ultra-Soft Timothy Hay. Look at the name. It's mostly adjectives.

Also the hay is extra fresh and green. More you-know-what.

Premium Ultra-Soft Timothy Hay is easy to eat, even if you have old teeth. 

If I had money I would buy so much I would hide a few bags in the dryer.

Well there you are.

Like I said last week. I'm not going to write nonsense anymore. 

I'm supposed to write about hay. 

"Mission accomplished."



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