This is another little competition, following on from the one earlier in which the prize was a couple high quality cat scratching posts. There were two worthy winners.
I have called this “The Amazon Prize” TAP because I intend to run some more of these (subject to there being enough participants) and each time the prize will come from Amazon or one of their associated suppliers.
Some of these suppliers ship internationally, which allows the maximum number of people to enter. The places where international shippers ship to are:
All Amazon.co.uk Marketplace countries
Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Norway, Portugal, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and USA (including US protectorates).
Anyone from these countries can participate in TAP.
OK…that’s the preamble out of the way.
Please use the comment form below to answer this question:
The competition closes on November 1st 2010.
I will judge the best answer. The person with the best answer can either:
(1) nominate their own prize from Amazon to a value of $120 (USD – United States Dollars). This means converting to your own currency to work out the value in USD. Please note: the $120 includes delivery. The prize winner will need to check that the item they want is delivered internationally….or
(2) Receive a copy of The Encyclopedia Of The Cat by Dr Bruce Fogle (value $99 on Amazon.com).
Could all competitors please provide their full address with the entry. If you are concerned about doing this in a comment, you can email me the address at the end of the competition (if you have won!).
Well that’s it. I hope some people find the time to have a go at this.
There is an underlying purpose to the competition: to promote a loving bond with our cats, which also promotes good health and contentment for both our cat and ourselves.
Many “cat problems”, health and behavioral, can be cured or prevented through a loving approach from the human caretaker. And the answers might provide us with some useful tips and insights into how to create a loving relationship with our cat companion.
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