MyThreeCats.com sincerely thanks each of you for entering the “What’s In A Name” contest with such creative and compelling stories behind your cats’ names. In addition to a
Grand Prize Winner, we have also decided to award three honorable mentions, based on the judges’ votes.
Janice Chilton (Candy) is our Grand Prize Winner, congratulations on winning the $25.00 gift certificate!
Three honorable mentions are: Chris Cox (Toelouse and Toeny); Diane Wimmer (Gideon); and Stephanie McCurry (My Kitty Sunshine)!
Go to our original contest blog post below, to read the winning entries (click the Comments link at the bottom of the post). Also, if you submitted an entry, please be on the look out for a special offer arriving in your mailbox soon!
It’s time to enter our What’s in a Cat’s Name Contest!
All you need to do is tell us, in your own words, the story behind your special cat’s name. Click the “Comment” link below this posting, and complete the form with your name, email and story. This is a time limited contest, see our full set of Contest Rules. Put your pen to paper now, and get going!
Announcing a new, exciting way for you and your awesome cat to win a MyThreeCats.com shopping spree – enter
our Fill in the Blank, Best Thing About My Cat Contest!
Enter right Meow to win a $50.00 MyThreeCats.com shopping spree! Winner will be chosen by random drawing. To be eligible, please take the following three easy steps: (1) click to our Facebook page; (2) find the campaign ad and enter your Fill in the Blank post; (3) click here to our home page, scroll to the bottom and enter your email address at our Newsletter Sign up. The Winner must complete all three steps. Hurry! Deadline for entry is midnight on Wednesday, September 6, 2017.
The winning entry will be announced on our Blog and our Facebook sites on Thursday, September 7, 2017. Be on the look out as well for an email announcement!
We thought you might be interested in seeing how your city stacks up to the top 100 pet friendly cities. WalletHub (August 8, 2017) provides this useful data.
Years ago, pet owners had access to only a handful of businesses offering animal services and supplies. But new pet businesses are cropping up every day to fill the demand of this growing breed of consumers. Today, we spoil our pets with all kinds of luxuries, such as gourmet pet cuisine, upscale hotel accommodations and even pet “dating” services.
With pet parents in mind, the 100 largest U.S. cities were analyzed across 21 key metrics. The data set ranges from minimum pet-care provider rate per visit to pet businesses per capita to walkability.