Bonus December Giveaway! (2) Copies of The Creative Cues From the Cat!

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Bonus December Giveaway! (2) Copies of The Creative Cues From the Cat!

Enter to win (2) copies of Creative Cues From the Cat by award-winning graphic designer Gail Perry Johnston and coauthor Eric P. Nichols.  Gail is offering (2) copies of Creative Cues From the Cat for one lucky Floppycats reader.

Creative Cues From the Cat The Visionary Virtues of Our Feline Friends


Giveaway Details:

  • # of winners: 1
  • Prize Details: (2) copies of The Creative Cues From the Cat! One for yourself and one to gift.
  • Open to Addresses in: Worldwide

If you’d like to enter for a chance to win a copy of VISION: Creative Cues From the Cat, please enter the giveaway via the Rafflecopter widget below:

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Would you like to buy the book instead?  Use the code GIFT to receive 20% off when purchasing books at HERE.

This giveaway ends on December 31, 2015 at 11:59 CT. A random winner* will be chosen in a drawing on January 1, 2016.

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*No purchase necessary to enter. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Winners will be alerted via e-mail. The winner(s) of the giveaway are required to give Floppycats a physical address (to which the prize will be mailed) within 72 hours.  If a reply email containing the physical address where the prize should be mailed is not received, alternate winner(s) will be chosen again by random. Winners may or may not be announced in a separate post following the drawing.

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  1. Hi Jenny, Thank u for another giveaway. I keep forgetting to stop by this page and look around. I just watched an old video of yours from 2014 with the Frozen Mice. OMG!!!! That’s all I’ll say here. I did make some comments on the video though. Since I have not seen more of this I will assume it did not work out too well.

    1. I only tried that one day and the dead rodent being flung around my living room wasn’t working for me. Another reader introduced me to the concept – I would have been game if the cats would have eaten it without throwing it all over the place.

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