Cat Hampurr is a monthly subscription box service for the UK’s cats. Each box contains a selection of 4 – 6 high qualitiy goodies your cat will most definitely approve of. The contents of the boxes are a closely guarded secret, to ensure a nice surprise on delivery; but as you can see from the above pic of June’s Cat Hampurr, the boxes contain a nice mix of cat-tastic products.
If your cat has been reading this over your shoulder, and helpfully fetched your debit card, scratched the word PayPal into the litter tray, or is maybe just using the classic I-really-really-need-this stare to get you to sign up for a monthly delivery of feline delights, you’re in luck: the lovely people at Cat Hampurr have given Cool for Cats UK readers who sign up for a subscription a whopping 40% discount on their first box. This means you’ll get your first box for £9.57. (Following your initial discount you’ll be billed a recurring fee of £11.95 + £3.95 each month; subscriptions can be cancelled at any time.)
To claim your 40% discount, simply click on THIS LINK, and you’ll find yourself on the Cat Hampurr order form with the discount code already in place for you.
NB: This code is only valid until midnight on Friday 4th July – so best get a wriggle on if you want to nab your cat a bargain!
Congratulations to Claire L, who has won a Cat Hampurr for her new rescue cat! (Keep an eye out for an email from me, Claire.)
If you weren’t lucky enough to win, but think your cat would still like to get his/her paws on a box full of surprise goodies, head over to the Cat Hampurr site, where you can order a one-off trial box for £15.95, or subscribe to a monthly delivery for £11.95 per month.
Cat Hampurr is a new monthly subscription box service for the UK’s cats. The company released their first box of cat goodies last month, and have now given a luck Cool for Cats UK reader the chance to win one of their June boxes. I can’t tell you exactly what the box will contain, as Cat Hampurr keep the contents of their boxes top secret to ensure a nice surprise on arrival; but I can tell you that each box contains a selection of 4 – 6 high-quality goodies your cat will love, including food, treats, toys, accessories and health and grooming products – many of which you won’t see on the high street.
To enter this giveaway you need to do two things:
#1 thing – Leave a comment at the end of this post.
#2 thing – Pop over to the Cat Hampurr Facebook page and give it a ‘like.’ (Please mention in your comment if your Fb user name is different to the one you use with your email account.)
Please note: Giveaway entries must be in before midnight on June 8th!
If you want a cat’s honest opinion of a Cat Hampurr, check out this video review by the extremely handsome and charismatic Gizmo (with a little help from his friend Beth who runs the Beauty in Beta YouTube channel).
And now for some giveaway rules:
To enter the giveaway please leave a comment at the end of this post and ‘like’ the Cat Hampurr Facebook page. Entries must be in before midnight on 8th June 2014. Only one entry per person, please! The winner will be selected by a random electronic draw on 09/06/14 and notified by email. The winner will receive one Cat Hampurr. Prize must be claimed within 14 days of notification by email, otherwise a new winner will be selected. Sorry, but this giveaway is only open to addresses within the UK!
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These delicious-looking cat treats are handmade in the UK by Petz Kitchen.
Petz Kitchen is the brainchild of Rachel and Sarah ‘two ladies from Kent’, who were inspired to start baking their own cat (and dog) biscuits after finding it difficult to locate any mass-produced treats with wholesome ingredients.
The cat treats are available in two flavours, sardine and chicken, and contain only natural, human-grade ingredients (which are listed in full on the Petz Kitchen website).
I think these home-baked biscuits are a great idea. I tend not to give my cats commmercially-produced treats as I’m concerned about the high levels of salt and additives they may contain. But things could be looking up for the HQ Cats now that I’ve located a healthy, made-in-the-UK alternative!
These scrummy sardine and chicken cat treats are available from the Petz Kitchen website at £2.95 for a 175g bag. Or, if you’re feeling lucky, Rachel and Sarah run a weekly competition for the best cat (or dog) photo – winner gets a free bag of biscuits! (See the Petz Kitchen website for details.)