Friday, April 24, 2009

Furminator Furball Winner

Today is National Hairball Awareness Day.


And the winner of the Who's Your Favorite Furball contest is Madison.


Madison and her staff Cindy will receive a FURminator DeShedding Tool, courtesy of FURminator, Inc. to keep her coat beautiful and hairballs to a minimum.

You can read her winning entry on Romeo the Cat's blog.

Thank you, Romeo, for doing so much to help raise money and awareness for animal needs.

14 comments:

  1. Congrats to the lovely Madison. We had fun in this contest too,glad that Romeo did it. Also he raised some money for the kitten rescue :) Have a great weekend.

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  2. ConCATulashuns to Madison! A Furminator sounds like a furry nice prize!

    Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

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  3. Concats to the pretty Madison!

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  4. Cnngrats to Madison..We have a furminator as well!! Love A+A

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  5. Congratulations to the winner =D

    Jas & Gi

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  6. Congrats to the winner of the furball contest!
    I wanted to let you know that all involved in Karl's party and the after the aftermath well . . . we were all in the clean up but . . . well you see they all avoided the cameras and press. Thought it would be bad for the studio if word got out that we were all in the . . . well you know . . .

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  7. Congrats to Romeo, oh Romeo. Where fart did you Romeo? Thanks to Ms. jan for helping helping needy animules. We have a narrow furminator for the cats and retrievers and a humungously wide one for the Newfs. They work great.
    - TBH

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  8. Madison is a beautiful cat and we know she will love that Furminator! We sure love ours!!!!

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  9. Congrats to Madison and all who entered your contest.

    Tinkerbell, Oscar and Tucker

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  10. Wow congratulations Madison, we wants one so bad. Happy Caturday to you all!

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  11. With a heavy heart I stop by to let you know that our dear sweet friend Charlie has left us. Forever she will be free of pain and forever young to run and play.

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