@rogzwhq is a South African Company that manufactures and distributes pet toys and accessories world wide.
York and Ro were both born in South Africa, so I was more than thrilled to work with a South African company.
In South Africa, you can find @rogzwhq in every pet store. We have had their leashes and collars as well as their grin balls. Thus having the dogs test out new toys from their home countries fav pet company was so exciting!
We were fortunate to have received @rogzwhq Tumblerz, Yumz and RFO's.
First, YUMZ. This toy has "gum massing technology." AND has a treat cavity. Massaging and Delicious. Rating A+
Second, Tumblerz. This toy is a treat puzzle for your dog. Each Tumbler has 3 adjustable release rates for different levels of learning! So durable, and time consuming for the pup. Rating A+
Lastly, the RFO. This flying disk not only flies but also floats! I can't wait to try this toy out next summer. I can just picture York jumping so high to catch it in the air. OR York will be swimming after it. AMAZING.
@rogzwhq has high quality products for dogs and cats. And remember their products are distributed world wide, keep an eye out for their products in your local pet store!
Find Rogz on Instagram: @rogzwhq
Rogz Website: www.instagram.com/rogzwhq/
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10 years since my mom passed away.
10 years and I remember November 9th, 2008 so vividly.
It is my strongest memory of her. It’s a horrible one, but her death was so life changing it is easy to understand why this memory is still so clear.
She was in a medically induced coma for the last few days of her life.
See, I waited too long to say my goodbyes. I still had hope. Hope that she would wake up and beat cancer once and for all.
When I said my goodbyes, she was in a coma.
She couldn’t speak back, but she tried. She really really tried.
Two days after saying my goodbyes, she took her last breath.
I was in the computer room, on MySpace just passing time.
When suddenly, I had this strong urge to check up on my mom.
Her eyes rolled back, and I thought she was opening them. I thought she must be waking up!
But then I realized, she's not waking up ever again.
I couldn’t breathe. I couldn’t breathe.
Cancer took the most precious person in my life.
10 years later, and not one day has passed where I haven’t thought about her.
See, we were both born on the same day, November 29th.
Born years apart, but we shared the "twin thing," twin empathy.
We could basically read each other’s minds.
If I thought at school, “ I really want Subway.” I would get home and there would be Subway for me.
We could feel each other’s pain.
If I had headache, she had a headache.
I started feeling sick when she was battling cancer, so she stopped telling me how she was feeling so I wouldn’t feel it too.
When she passed away, I knew I had a spot in my heart that will be never be filled again. A piece of me gone forever.
I miss her every single day. I miss her New York accent, her laughs, her stories from working in the hospital, her hugs, her cooking. I miss our midnight ice cream runs, our dancing in the living room, our birthday traditions.
I miss how she made me feel.
Mom, I love you. I miss you. And I thank you for being my mom and for everything you have done for me.
I love you.
Oh and #FUCKYOUCANCER.