March 2011 Floppycats.com Giveaway: Mountain Cat Trees Incline Scratcher with Birch Tree Post

| March 2, 2011 | 51 Comments

Mountain Cat Trees has generously donated their Incline Scratcher with Birch Tree Post for our March giveaway!

Mountain Cat Trees Incline Scratcher with Birch Tree Post

There is only one winner and that winner will win the Incline Scratcher with Birch Tree Post pictured above.  This cat scratcher post measures 17” long, 8” wide, 14” tall.  It retails for $68.99!

Mountain Cat Trees LogoIf you’d like to enter for a chance to win the Incline Scratcher with Birch Tree Post, please:

  1. subscribe to our e-mail updates   (if you’re already subscribed to our e-mail updates and are an active subscriber, then you don’t need to re-subscribe – you’re already entered!).
  2. and for an additional chance to win them – submit a photo of your kitty with an explanation of why your kitty needs a new post or an additional one!
  3. and for yet another chance to win – leave a comment on this post telling us why you’d like to have this cat scratching post.

So that’s three entries per person!

You may enter up to three times per the ways above and a random winner will be chosen in a drawing on April 1, 2011.  The giveaway is open to all addresses in the continental USA!

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. Lisa S says:

    wow, love the look of this scratcher, thanks for sharing

  2. Love this! My cats love the inclines. They seem to scratch on them more than the flat sisal boards I have.

  3. Heather says:

    My Bella is an aggressive kitty and this would be perfect for her! What’s great is that the Incline Scratcher with Birch Tree Post won’t take up much room in the house.

  4. Pamela says:

    We’ve got nine kitties, since friends and relatives know we will never turn away a kitty in need of a loving home. At least two of our cats were feral as kittens, but have grown to be loving companions. The economy has made for a tight budget recently, and our last scratching post has just disintegrated, so a beautiful new scratching post such as the one in this giveaway would be a wonderful gift for our furry, purry friends.

  5. We just moved ( my cat Chiggins and I ) and his scratching post ( tree ) got ruined in the move.. so I would really love to win this for him!

  6. Shadie Kaye's Mom says:

    wif all de rescues I feed we su8re cud use dis … Meowmie has scratch marks eberware, not from me tho, I didn’t doz it! >^..^<

  7. Darcy B says:

    My kitty would love a new scratcher –he had a gorgeous scratcher that my brother made for him—he loved it then one day my brother came over with his dog and it peed on it—-I tried a million things on it—the smell is gone but my kitty still will not go near it.

  8. Stephanie says:

    My cats would absolutely love this. They love scratchers but especially the ones on an incline.

  9. Cheryl J says:

    My cats would love this post.

  10. Alissa says:

    I would love to win because I would donate the post to a local, private, no-kill shelter that relies on donations. As much as my Rag would love this, the shelter cats would love it even more.

  11. Becky Horn says:

    I could really use this for my baby Precious. We are getting new furniture and well she likes to scratch the bottom of our loveseat right now and I so cant have her doing that to our new furniture. She really needs a good scratching post.
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  12. Liz says:

    A wonderfully designed scratch post for any cat to enjoy. I hope mine gets the chance to. thanks

  13. Darcey says:

    Diamond and Mellow would love a new scratching post. They have almost destroyed all their other ones. Thanks for the opportunity.

  14. Nancy Gorman says:

    my furniture really needs this scratching post!

  15. Brita says:

    Annabella has told her story (“Poor Poor Baby”) and she wants me to reiterate how happy she would be with a new scratching post. Not to mention how happy I would be with a new one for her. Actually, this is a good looking one!

  16. Harry says:

    My kitty Elly would fall in love with this scratching post!

  17. Kat says:

    It looks so pretty! My Easter could really use a new scratcher … he’s using our puppy right now and I don’t think the puppy likes it very much … :o)

  18. Nan says:

    My cats love sisal and are in need of a new one. This one looks nice and sturdy.

  19. Lisa Barrett says:

    First, I love the company uses earth friendly and non-toxic materials; second I think the functionality/durability would be long-lasting and third I love the natural look – no nasty, ugly carpet! Thank you for the generous giveaway.

  20. Michelle Spayde says:

    Would LOVE to have this because I’m a kitty foster Mom and go through tons of scratchers!!

  21. Gretchen Walker says:

    Nice!! If I don’t “win” I’ll use this picture as a model to make one…

  22. June says:

    I would love to give this purrrfectly wonderful scratching post to my beautiful raggie Lucy for her 18th birthday on April 12.

  23. Lori says:

    That scratching post looks just like what my cat needs.He has really gotten kind of lazy during these winter months.He would love it and my furniture would too.Thanks!!

  24. Dale Rodberg says:

    With 4 kitties we can use all the scratching post that we can get.

  25. jane jakins says:

    floppycats

  26. Kim Adsit says:

    I left a story about the sad ending for our previous tree,but not only would my ‘kids’ love something new,as mellow as they are,I could really use it for my rescues&fosters that aren’t good with nail trimming yet. I also hope it will bring some of the shy/abused ones out of their shell as they observe the others&curiosity nags at them. Great site&thank you for chance(x3)

  27. kim adsit says:

    this would be great for my shy/abused fosters&rescues that cannot have nails clipped w/o major stress&I hope they see the rest of family having fun to build trust! Thank you for this chance (x3)!

  28. Catherine Horner says:

    My cats are always “stretching” and getting a few scratches in my furniture, the more scratching posts available the better!

  29. kristy says:

    Because Catty’s nails are super sharp

  30. Brett says:

    This would be a great change from all the cardboard pieces made from the scratcher my cat uses now.

  31. Heather S says:

    Subscriber! I would love this as I have a cardboard scratcher for my 8 month old Tabby and it shredding everywhere!

  32. Patti says:

    This is a great idea!

  33. Shawnna pierro says:

    I rescue kitties especially the senior kitties that people dump at shelters because they old no other reason. My senior kitties would love this tree. Thanks

  34. Kate says:

    Our new kitty would love this. Our first Ragdoll, she’s a blue point mitted and we’re picking her up this weekend. A scratching post would make her (and us) very happy! Thank you 🙂

  35. Pam Thurston says:

    my two cats would just love this

  36. Jessy Walker says:

    I would love to have this! I have 3 beautiful cats – 2 Siamese and 1 ragdoll – and the more scratchers – the happier my furniture 😉

  37. Melissa says:

    My cats would love this! They are both energetic and would love to jump, scratch, and hide behind this!

  38. Emily says:

    I have a Maine Coon, a Ragdoll, and a feral kitten who destroys scratching posts like he was a born demolition machine. My two well behaved boys would appreciate having something to scratch after our last one disintigrated last week.

  39. Heather V says:

    I’d like to get this post because I’m bringing home two Ragdoll kittens in June, and have absolutely nothing right now with which to welcome them home! Good luck to everyone!

  40. Lauren says:

    I’m Bringing home a Maine Coon kitten in May and would love to add this to the pile of goodies I have already put together!

  41. Rebecca Rutherford says:

    We just adopted a sweet, boy 9 mos. old ragdoll. His name is “White Devil”- any guess as to why we might want a nice scratcher? My couch has a giant hole in it from my sweet lil’ devil, and he has been steadily destroying the cat toys. He is like a puppy! We love him, but WD, nicknamed “Dibsy” surely could make fine use of this lovely scratching post. 🙂

  42. deborah says:

    My cats would love this scratching post! They wore their other one out…and they love to scratch and sharpen their claws. my cat of 16 years passed away last weekend and I’m heartbroken. I am concentrating on my other beautiful kitties, and trying to make their lives just as enjoyable as possible!

  43. Angie says:

    I would love to be able to win this cat scratcher because I am a volunteer foster mom for a local cat rescue and currently have 11 cats (my own pets and foster cats together) in my home and they need something sturdy to scratch on. Thank you for the opportunity to win this!

  44. Cara_m says:

    Yes, I need this to save the furniture from Topaz!

  45. Sharon says:

    My Boo Boo kitty needs this to help keep her happy and healthy. It would save me from having to clip her nails!!!

  46. Sandi says:

    My kitty, Ginger Lily would love this not just because it’s practical, but more so because it’s so stylish!

  47. Tabi says:

    My kitties need this because they have shredded the carpet on all their posts! 🙁

  48. Brittany says:

    I have 2 siamese cats that would love this scratch post. I have a lot of cat owning friends that ask advice from me all of the time where to get cat accessories and climbing toys. If I win this post, I will recommend it to all of the people I know and help bring you more business from cat lovers 🙂 Thanks!!

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