That’d be me. Although sometimes it is hard for me to claim either title. Although it is hard to coupon for your cat, you can save money on your own stuff and therefore spend money on your cat’s things without coupons. At least that’s how I justify it. If you are on a budget, then you might need to be flexible and be willing to use different kinds of litter.
I have investigated so much time and energy into couponing to help me save money that I wrote a book, Couponing for the Beginner: A Guide to Couponing for the Uninitiated, it’s cheap and will save you thousands.
You can also write manufacturers of your favorite cat food or litter or treats and ask them for coupons.
I belong to a coupon board called RefundCents. It’s $30 for 2.5 years of online access and believe me, I’ve definitely paid myself back with that over and over again – I would guess I saved about $7,000 this year with deals and coupons.
As an added bonus, Michele Easter who runs RefundCents allows you to take a photo of your “haul” and then she’ll post it on her site as well as a description of your haul (you write that of course) – and you get an additional month of subscription for free. She does require that a pet or a person be in the photo of the stuff that you got, so I thought I’d show you my “Deal Diva Submissions” photos with Charlie and Trigg through the months that I’ve had them.
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As you can tell, the cats have gotten to be better “posers” as the months have gone by.
I do have more pages on the site about couponing for your cat, which you can check out.
More Couponing on Floppycats.com
- Online Pet Food Deals
- Couponing for your cat! This page includes a great list of websites that are out there that will help you save money on food and other things for your cat and for other items in your household!
- Pet Food
- Grocery Websites
- Printable Manufacturers Grocery
- Current Hot Deals at Pet Stores online – like Drs. Foster and Smith, Petco, Petsmart, etc.