I have some great news for all my pet-adoring friends here: For the next six months, WebMD, along with Iams, are bringing you the Healthy Pet Contest . Each month there's a chance at winning $150 toward the pet health product or service of your choice.
Even if you don't win, your pet's photo may be selected for a WebMD Pets Photo Slideshow. You can enter once per month.
If you include a Healthy Pet Tip with entry, you'll also be eligible for the Grand Prize. This includes a profile and photo featured in WebMD the Magazine, plus $500 to help support your pet's health and wellness!
October's theme is Halloween and Fall-Friendly, so start snapping away and go ahead and enter. If you'd like to tell (and show) us about what you entered, you can share in the thread below.
Oh lord, if only I could get my cat to sit still long enough to take a decent picture of him! All my photos of him are while he's sleeping or lounging. And God help me if I try to put anything on him. I put a ribbon around his neck at Easter and he FLIPPED. LOL
But, I will try!! :) I'm totally jealous, Vicky, that you can put a hat on your cats!
My kitty is white with a black toupee, black tail, and black spot on his side. We just celebrated his 5th birthday on Sept 23.
Kit (30) and DH (31) TTC since 3/08. IF due to stage II endo, treated 12/09. 1st BFP
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