The Catnip Times and Litter Lifter’s® Giving Season Giveaway [CONTEST]

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‘Tis the giving season!  … so The Catnip Times and Litter Lifter® want to spread some holiday litterboxheartcheer, and at the same time, help get the word out about the importance of litter box cleanliness to help save more kitty cat lives!!

Most people who have cats know that they are very particular about where they “go” and if their litter box is dirty, they will find a nice clean place outside of the dirty box to do their “business.”

Did you know?  Thousands of cats are euthanized and thousands more are relinquished to shelters due to inappropriate elimination habits.  It’s the number one reason why cats are surrendered to shelters every year!

Many of these issues could have been prevented just by having a clean litter box.

We’re going to do our part to help.   The Catnip Times and Litter-Lifter® are giving away Litter-Lifter-300x250  squareLitter-Lifter® litter scoopers – the best scoopers on the planet to deserving Cat Rescues and Fans.

These scoopers are designed in such a way that makes cleaning the litter box quick, easy and thorough. I’m not a design engineer, I don’t know how they did it – but these scoopers are better than any other scooper out there.

Two Giveaways

Shelter/Rescue Giveaway

We will donate Litter-Lifter® trial sets to 100 cat rescues!  To qualify, interested rescues need to respond in the comments section by providing:

  • A contact name at the receiving shelter
  • The shelter’s function (adoptions, TNR, foster, etc.)
  • Rescue organization’s address, including an email address where we can contact you.

Fan Giveaway

Ten (10) lucky fans will win their own Litter-Lifter® to share with your cat!  All you need to do is leave a comment on this post and tell me, in 25 words or less, something about your cat that makes him or her special to you.

I’ll pick ten (10) winners* at random. How easy is that?

Here are some more details:

▪         Number of Winners:     100 Cat Rescues; 10 Fans

▪         Prize Description:          Litter Lifter® for each Fan and Trial Set of Litter Lifters® for                                                      each winning Rescue.

▪         Open to Addresses:      United States Only

▪         Contest ends on:          December 31, 2013 at 11:59 pm CT

▪         Winners* chosen by:    First 100 Qualified Rescues and Random drawing of Ten                                                    (10) Fans

▪         Winners* chosen on:    January 3, 2014

▪         Fan Notification:            The Catnip Times will announce the ten (10) fan winners on                                                   Facebook, Twitter and CatnipTimes.com.

▪         Rescue Notification:     The first 100 Rescues that submit the required information                                                     will receive the Trial Sets.

▪         Claiming Your Prize:     Fans who are Winners must contact The Catnip Times                                                         within 72 hours via The Catnip Times Facebook Inbox or via                                                 email at [email protected]

*   No purchase necessary to enter. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. The winner(s) of the giveaway are required to give The Catnip Times a physical address to which the prize will be mailed within 72 hours. 

If a reply email containing the physical address where the prizes should be mailed is not received, alternate winner(s) will be chosen again by random. Winners may or may not be announced in a separate Internet post following the drawing.

 Now Post Your Comments Below!

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40 Comments

  1. Leonie Grove

    Winston, my persian refuses to use his litter box if it is too full or any other cat of mine used it. He will come jump on my lap meauw loudly for me to follow him to his litter box. Hes very clever.

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    • Lauren

      Sounds like a cutie!!

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  2. Leonie Grove

    Animal Action & Grove Kitty Ranch
    Plot 2, Mooilande, Meyerton, 1960 or PO Box 1437, Meyerton, 1960
    We look after the Cats that could not be rehomed by Animal Action, The old and sickly cats. We have 62 we care for. This invention would help a great deal 😉

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    • Lauren

      What state is your rescue located?

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  3. Shann White

    Little Bit is a unique cat. She is a large spayed brown tabby mix, kindof funny because her head is relatively small in relation to the rest of her body. She thinks she is human apparently and tries to open doors by trying to turn the knobs (which scares me thinking someone is trying to break in)
    She has five roommates and tends to look upon them with discrimination due to their lack of intelligence (so she says) if they try to cuddle with her, she pushes them away with her back foot (hilarious) she has NO maternal instincts at all..
    At mealtime, (she loves to eat) she talks to me the whole time I’m fixing their bowls. She has a ‘squeaky’ meow and stands up to the counter like a dog to oversee the process..
    I can also pat my leg and she stands up to be petted like a dog, (she’s so smart).
    Little bit never meets a stranger and always greets our guests with a squeaky hello. She also meets me every day at my car when i come home from work, ready to come inside for the night. She is very special to us!

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    • Lauren

      I love the name “Little Bit”!

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  4. Heidi

    My cat is the best because she’s always with me on my bed when I am poorly,she brings sunshine into my life.

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    • Lauren

      sweet…

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  5. Julie

    Every time I stroke my beautiful boy Cody, he strokes me back … With his tongue! It’s his special way of saying ‘I love you too mommy!’

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  6. kim W.

    My cat is special because I bottle fed him and he follows me everywhere !

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  7. Julie Schallhammer

    All my cats are special. My 2 older ones Bailey and Lucy because they’ve always been there. My 2 new kitties because I rescued them from the outdoors when their mom abandon them. These 2 new kitties have turned out to be such sweet babies, I think they know they have been saved and are safe and warm.

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    • Lauren

      Hi Julie! So sweet!

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  8. Melissa

    I rescued Barli at 5 wks old. only surviving kitty as all others killed by dogs. she brings me comfort and joy when i’m sick, which is daily. I love her!

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    • Lauren

      <3 Very sweet. They bring so much joy!

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  9. andrea bruce

    Muskegon Humane Society
    2640 Marquette
    Muskegon, MI 49442 [email protected]
    Contact Andrea Bruce

    We do intake, foster and adoptions, typically housing approx 100 kitties in our care.

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    • Lauren

      Thank you for all that you do!!!

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  10. neyaney

    My kitty Lily has been a very special gift to me. I feel like not only has she uplifted my life & spirits but I have done so for her too. She spends the nights sleeping cuddled up to me under the covers and her days in my lap.

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    • Lauren

      Very sweet – they are so loyal!!!

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    • Lauren

      Sweetie pie ❤️

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  11. Harriet Bromberg

    Crash’s Landing Cat Rescue and Placement Center
    1545 Diamond Ave NE
    Grand Rapids, Michigan 49505

    Jennifer Petrovich
    [email protected]

    We are a no-kill cat rescue concentrating on getting injured adn at risk strays off the streets. Our capacity is 130 cats.

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    • Lauren

      Awesome!!! Thanks for all you do!!

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    • Sharon

      Crash’s Landing is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to finding loving, forever homes for abused, abandoned and neglected cats. It is through donations & financial support that allows Crash’s to continue rescuing,housing in a free roaming,facility and over 200 volunteers caring for these wonderful cats that would otherwise be homeless. Crash’s Landing is run solely on donations and funds from sponsors and kindhearted individuals who believe in our cause.

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      • Lauren

        It’s great to meet you and I can’t wait to send you the Litter Lifters(R)!! Thank you for all you do! (I also volunteer – so I completely understand how hard it is!!)… if you know of other shelters that can use the Litter Scoops – please spread the word. US only.

        Thanks!

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  12. Joan Garrison

    My cat will have a conversation with my husband. They meow at each other back and forth.

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    • Lauren

      Haha – SO cute!!

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  13. Mabel

    Coming Up Roses
    P.O. Box 197 Green Creek NJ 08219
    Rescue, Adoptions, TNR,
    We do what we do because we care about the cats!!!!
    Volunteered out of pocket expenses get rough but they need us!!

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    • Lauren

      Thanks for all you do! Especially this time of year. Stay warm!

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  14. Jaetta Hall

    I love the litter lifters and you can never have enough of them.

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    • Lauren

      I couldn’t agree more! They are pawesome!!!

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  15. Christina DeConinck

    BestPals Animal Rescue Center
    13888 Blair St.
    Holland, MI 49424
    Email: [email protected]
    Contact: Christina DeConinck
    The Mission of BestPals Animal Rescue Center is to provide a guaranteed adoption for companion animals and to partner with other organizations to provide a No Kill community. We accept owner surrenders and cats/dogs from local shelters as our space allows. We currently house 25 cats.

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    • Lauren

      Thank you for all you do!!

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  16. Lenore

    My Feral Family – contact name Lenore Benefield, 7241 Jasmine Rd. Ft Myers, FL 33967. I do independent (pay for it myself) TNR(release or rehome). Each cat I catch is evaluated and tamed if possible. Then taken to a clinic for spay or neuter (rabies, distemper, deworming, deflea), provided 3 to 7 days of recuperation. Adults (untamable) are returned (released), kittens are fostered until adoption with help from local rescues to loving indoor only homes.

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    • Lauren

      Awesome!! Thank you!!

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  17. Jennifer Bryant

    I have 7 rescues, the biggest is Spotticus, a 25 lb male Bengal, he “mommy’d and nursed” two of our rescue kittans for their first year… He is a big goof ball and he fetches woobies like dog.

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    • Lauren

      Sounds like a sweetie!

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  18. Gary Conrad

    My favorite shelter is the Nebraska Humane Society
    8929 Fort Street
    Omaha, Nebraska 68134
    They specialize in cat and dog adoptions
    Can be called at: (402) 444-7800

    I adopted my Honey Bun from here. She makes my day by loving on me when i have had a bad day.

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    • Lauren

      Thank you Gary!

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  19. Barbara Lowe

    Winging Cat Rescue Inc.
    492 Westmoreland Rd
    Griffin, GA 30223

    We are a foster based rescue group and have been the lucky recipients of some Litter Lifters in the past! Our group does adoptions for those cats and kittens we pull from local animal controls (after they are fully vetted including spay/neuter), we also promote spay/neuter and offer financial assistance for cat owners to get their kitties “fixed”. We can have as many as 125 rescues in foster care with several fosters –

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    • Lauren

      Thank you Barbara! Keep up the great work!

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  20. Misty Waters

    My cat sits on the window sill as I work during the day from home. I love her for keeping me company.

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