Fancy Feast® Feastivities 2013

Feastivities LogoHappy Sunday everyone. It’s November already! The holidays will be here before we know it! Fancy Feast® wants to help make the holidays merrier for you and your pets. Let the Feastivities begin!

From Fancy Feast®:  “As families and friends come together for the holidays, Fancy Feast is ensuring cats are included in all of the festivities with its annual holiday ornament.

ornament_right1For over 25 years, the brand has released an annual collectable holiday ornament. Hand crafted in an elegant, three-dimensional design, the 2013 holiday ornament blends timeless tradition and modern inspiration for a keepsake that will bring joy for years to come. The ornament is available for $2 at Feastivities.com with all collected funds directly benefiting Adopt-a-Pet.com.” Isn’t it pretty? it requires minor assembly – you have to fold it to get it 3D instead of flat.  I can’t wait to hang mine up! We don’t have a tree, so I gotta find somewhere else to hang it from. It’s fun to bat at, too.

Aside from the 2013 holiday ornament, they have other gift items for you and your pet. Mom, are you noticing those tents? I sure did!All Gifts Gravy CanFancy Feast® has new flavors coming out in January for gravy lovers:

Fancy Feast® is letting me give away 20 of this year’s ornament! If you’d like to be in the drawing, please leave a comment letting me know that and make sure I have a way to get hold of you if you win one. Winners must live in the USA. Leave your comments by Nov. 27 and I’ll announce the winners Dec. 1.

All the pictures in the post are courtesy of Fancy Feast®. Mom didn’t get any pictures taken of our ornament.

 

17 thoughts on “Fancy Feast® Feastivities 2013”

  1. Hi Pumpkin! We’d love to get this years ornament. We love Fancy Feast classics even more now that I’ve been diagnosed as a diabetic kitty. It is high in protein and low in carbs so it is perfect for my new diet. Happy Holidays!!

  2. Oh yummm, I’d give anything for Fancy FEast right now. My v e t has me on a diet and I’m starving. As soon as I’m off this thing, I’m heading for Fancy Feast once again./ That ornament looks like fun.

    1. I just checked them out on the Fancy Feast site. The new flavors contain wheat, corn, and soy. That means mom won’t be feeding them to us. They’re also in chunks and we only like pate.

  3. I’d love to win one of these cool ornaments! How generous of the company to give out 20 of them:) thanks for the chance to win!

    Joey J.

    joeycanwin(at)gmail(dot)com

  4. Those ornaments look very pretty we would love to have one for our tree. Assuming our Mommy gets off her lazy booty and puts up a tree for us this year. You can contact us by email alasandra (at) cableone (dot) net

    Happy Gotcha Day Candy & EK!!!!! We hopes you has a pawesome day.

  5. I first got a Fancy Feast ornament last year, and am now on a mission to collect them! Thank mew for the chance to get one, I enjoy mewz blog very much. Mew kitties are pawesome at testing out stuff that I can instruct my human to either get me or not, depending on mewz review. I, too, am a suburban kitty- we have the best of living in a larger area with access to many pet stores to send our humans to shop for what we want, yet also have plenty of trees, grass, bushes that attract birds, mice, frogs, butterflies, snakies, etc. for us to watch from windows, or if we have a safe enclosure to go outside, to hunt or climb. What can be more purrfect than living in suburbia for kitties?

    1. I know! Mom said the kitties that came before us loved the change from the city to here. There were no bunnies to watch in the city. Lots of birds, but that was all.

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