OK, let’s face it! We’ve packed on a few pounds this winter – well maybe not all this winter, like mom, but over time, our girth has expanded. Do you think, we could lose a few pounds? Weigh in on the discussion & check out Hills new metabolic cat food give-away below. There’s still a few more days to enter. In addition to the Give-away, please share the photos of your pleasingly plump kitties. Paws would love to share their photos this month.
Wordless Wednesday: Fat Cats
There’s still time to sign up for our give-away with a deadline of this coming Friday. Sign up to win Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution for free. Paws is giving away 10 Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution trial kits with your veterinarian’s authorization. It ’s a $70 value!
Each Feline Metabolic Starter Kit will include:
- 1 Weight Loss Success Tote Bag
- 1 Weight Loss Success Guide
- 1 4lb bag of Metabolic dry cat food
- 2 (5.5oz) Metabolic cans
- 1 (2.5oz) Metabolic treats
- (2) $25 coupon
To enter this giveaway, please leave a comment and tell us about your pet who can benefit from Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution. Be sure to include all of the required information below:
- What is your pet: dog or cat
- Pet’s age
- Pet’s current weight or close guess
- Your name
- Your email address
Just like us, before starting a weight loss program a doctor should be consulted.
Your veterinarian’s authorization is required before starting Hill’s® Prescription Diet® Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution food.
This giveaway is limited to one winner per household and is for U.S. residents only.
Be sure to use a valid email when leaving your comment so we can contact if you are chosen as a winner. Entries for the give-away will be accepted through midnight on Friday, April 4. To enter fill out the form below with all the necessary information outlined above.
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Do you have any overweight cats? Have you tried ways to make your kitty lose weight, or have you just given in, and told yourself, there’s not much we can do to help kitty shed a few pounds? What do you think about the epidemic of overweight cats and dogs? Do you suppose the problem is as rampant overseas as in America? Please share your thoughts and your stories.