From November 1st through midnight EST on December 30th The Cat Caller team is inviting cat lovers in the US and Canada post a photo of their cat with a brief description (150 words or less) on why they are the most fabulous cat on the planet
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The Cat Caller Wants to Locate A Winner For Our Most Stylish Cat 2013 Contest
November 1, 2012..New York, NY - - Do you think your cat is as fabulous as Karl’s Choupette and Kim’s Mercy? Well we do too!
From November 1st through midnight EST on December 30th The Cat Caller team is inviting cat lovers in the US and Canada post a photo of their cat with a brief description (150 words or less) on why they are the most fabulous cat on the planet. Enter to win by visiting our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/thecatcaller and click on the Cat Contest and Facebook members can vote and the winner will be announced on New Year’s Eve. First prize winners will receive The Cat Caller Multi-Pet Pack, cat collar and the distinguished honor of being our Cat of the Year!
We know you love your fabulous cat and just want to remind you that according to the Human Society only 2% of lost cats ever return home. Even indoor cats are at risk. So for all you cat parents who let their feline friends enjoy the great outdoors consider a pet tracker like The Cat Caller and know where your cat is at all times.
About The Cat Caller
The Cat Caller is a patented pet tracker featuring a remote control locator worn on the collar that can locate your cat throughout your entire house, yard, even your neighbor's yard both indoors and outdoors up to a 250 foot range. You can also use The Cat Caller as a training tool.
Inventor, model and entrepreneur Pat Hill created The Cat Caller for her own cats who would hide in the most unimaginable places! Trying to find her cats when she was getting ready to leave for work in the morning and worrying that they might be trapped in a closet, left outside in the rain or missing! Working for several years with an engineer they finally figured out how to make a receiver that would attach to even safety collars, be bright enough to see, loud enough to hear and have a range just far enough to be able to do both. Visit www.thecatcaller.com for more info.
*Source 8_12_2011 Humane Society