Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Catastic Event, Day 3 - SwiPets Giveaway

I do not want you to think we Farm cats leave our hairs all over the place.
It is not our fault we shed.
It's erm, nature! That's it, NATURE.
That's why our hairs are everywhere.

I'm sure that many of you find cat hairs everywhere too.
In that case this giveaway will be one of your favorites.
It's from a wonderful company called SwiPets and it is for a two pack of their pet hair removal gloves!

The publicist will be showing you how great these gloves are with a review on her blog tomorrow.
I can't imagine why she would think that we would leave a lot of hair around.....



We are not messy cats.
Erm - OK, maybe Sherpa's hair floats down from his excursions.
And OK, maybe we do sleep on the back of the couch despite the numerous cat beds in the yurt.

Whatevs.

And guess what? The SwiPet gloves also remove doggie hair. Not that there is any of that around here. I wonder if it would work on goat hair? Well, you will just have to wait and see, won't you?

You can go to SwiPets and please follow them on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

Image courtesy SwiPets

One lucky reader (US) will win the two pack of the great SwiPet Gloves. Just hop on the Rafflecopter!
Good luck everyone!

  a Rafflecopter giveaway


After you have entered the giveaway be sure to head over to the publicist's blog to read all about How to Assemble a Cattino! It's very informative. I don't think the male person would have been able to do it without our assistance.

52 comments:

  1. I think humans should wear our hair on their clothes and furniture with pride! I've never understood why they don't get that.

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  2. Mommy has those "dry mop" things that she uses to mop the house and collect our furs. We don't understand why she wants to do that when she could have a cat fur carpet, for free!

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  3. That sounds like such a good giveaway. We do have Lots and lots and lots of cat hair around here. Take care.

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  4. We have lots of cat hair here too! I sometimes wonder if Ruby could make about 3 or 4 new cats with the hair she sheds! This looks like a wonderful product.

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  5. I like the fact that this product is machine washable and can be used over and over again.

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  6. interesting....wonder how long those would survive the amount of cat hair in our house MOL

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  7. We leave lots of nature around here too! Especially on the couch. Mommy says this product would be a lot easier than lugging the vacuum cleaner out. We say, why bother, it's NATURE!

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  8. P.S. The Feedburner email sign up doesn't seem to be working for us. It says the publisher has deactivated something or other. (Sorry, we can't remember what it said after the word deactivated.)

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  9. I think I could form 17 cats from all the hair my 2 furkids drop every year!

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  10. I learned that the Hi-Tech coating works like magic!

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  11. We leave our furs everywhere. There's enough around to make another 25 cats. Not that we would want 25 more cats living here, though.

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  12. Honestly I don't remember a lot of hair coming off my cat. The dogs, however, are another story. They shed EVERYWHERE! Even vacuuming doesn't get them all.

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  13. After Pop FURminates me, he leaves loose fur all over me. I go and lay on TW’s bed. When I get up, the sheet is full of my furs. Then I send it as presents and in my christmas cards.

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  14. Cool! We haven't had a chance to try our the SwiPets gloves! We're thinking they'd be really nice in-between brushings...or even right after one when the fur is still flying!
    : )

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  15. The fur would make 25 cats. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. The demos were interesting and this product would be so helpful and effective. thanks.saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  17. my kittie could help all the hairless kitties in the world, so about a bizillion.

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  18. Machine washable and reusable, sounds fantastic!

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  20. I think I could build a new kitten every 2-3 petting's, so I can't even do the math as to how many that would be in a year.

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  21. Works on cats, and medium –to- long haired dogs & No ongoing expenses to replace sticky rollers and products that don’t work

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  22. I could form at least 5 cats

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  23. My cat sheds a lot. I could get at least half a dozen new cats from the hair he loses.

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  24. I think maybe 3 fat cats or 5 smaller ones!
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  25. I learned two things: One, it's also good on some dogs and the gloves are also machine washable and reusable.
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  26. I learned they have many variations available

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  27. Oh, i could make at least 1 more cat with the hair ▪

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  28. I learned that Swipets use patent-pending processes to remove the hair.

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  29. The black shorthair cat sheds like crazy, and the calico longhair sheds even more, so if we could wave a magic wand to make new cats from all that hair, we could probably put together another seven cats! And don't even talk to me about the dog hair...

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  30. At the SwiPets website, I learned that the gloves will pick up dirt, lint, and dander in addition to the cat hair, and that when the gloves are dirty, they can be tossed in the washing machine (but not the dryer). Cool!

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  31. I think I could make another 10 cats from all the hair left everywhere.

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  32. I think with my two cats, they could make 2 cats a year.

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  33. Well, after the look of our vacuum canister today, I think we could make two dozen cats out of the fur. Yep, that's right.

    jennylovesjeff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  34. I learned that when they get dirty you can place the glove in the washing machine and use it over and over again. I love that because so many pet hair tools are "sticky" and not reusable or washable.
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com

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  35. SwiPets ™ was created by Donna Meté, who became frustrated with the absence of effective cleaning products available to remove cat and dog hair.

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  36. With 3 cats I think we could probably make at least 3 more with all the cat hair shed. They are all long haired and I wonder sometimes how they can have any hair left on them.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  37. I learned that the creator Donna Meté also has three cats, one dog, a flock of wild turkeys, and a herd of deer in her daily life.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  38. i have a long hair cat and a short hair cat so i think maybe 10?

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  39. I learned that they stand behind their products with this promise: We know you’re going to love this product and our guarantee stands behind our product to make your purchase risk-free. If for any reason the gloves you purchase are not to your complete satisfaction, simply return them for a refund within 30 days of purchase. It’s that simple!

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  40. we have one cat and three dogs...between them...I could make 20. at least. I am forever vacuuming!

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  41. My cat could probably make two more cats.

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  42. We could probably form 4 new cats with the loose hair!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  43. I learned that their gloves come in white, light blue, and light green.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  44. LOL Great question! I could probably form a Sasquatch or five out of the cat hair.

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  45. I learned that they come in different sizes and colors. This looks like an awesome product.

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  46. I learned the creator has Turkeys!!

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  47. I think I caould make at least 3 new cats.

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  48. When the glove becomes dirty, place it in the washer and use it over and over again.

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