Former Wallington pupil launches natural food company for cats and dogs

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Former Wallington High School for Girls student Aneisha Soobroyen, has launched a business which makes natural, healthy, pro-biotic food for cats and dogs with her husband.

Aneisha Soobroyen and Jack Walker started the business Scrumbles 6 months ago following concern for the health of their beloved pets.

For more details on the company go to Scrumbles

“Smudge and Boo are our world and like any pet parent, we wanted to give them the best pet food to help them live adventurous long lives. We’d tried various foods over the years but struggled with upset tummies and poor quality poos. An affordable, good quality pet food that our pets loved seemed an impossible feat,” said Aneisha.

“We’d struggled with unhealthy, smelly stools in the past but when we rescued Boo, she just couldn’t shake them. A trip to the vets proved helpful (and expensive). We were prescribed a probiotic paste to calm her sensitive stomach and improve her digestion. It worked wonders and was spark for the Scrumbles adventure.”

“We spent over a year studying canine and feline nutrition then, with the help of expert nutritionists, ceaselessly experimented with recipes to create the optimal nutrition for cats and dogs that they also loved to eat. After a solid year and a half of testing – and a lot of poo selfies – Scrumbles was born.”

“We offer a range of delicious gut-friendly, hypoallergenic cat and food that are all natural with zero nasties and a firm wiggle of approval from our chief tasters Smudge and Boo.

“You can find us stocked in lovely independent pet shops like Dabners in Croydon, online retailers like Ocado, Fetch and, of course, through our online store.”

You can find out more about Scrumbles on their website here

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