Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Cat Claws Subscription Box: The Gift That Keeps On Giving. Win One Here!

Cat Claws Subscription Box: The Gift That Keeps On Giving. Win One Here! #sponsored

Christmas came two weeks early at La Condo Keisha when my December Cat Claws subscription box arrived. I couldn’t wait to open it and neither could TW. Unlike my Secret Paws package that still sits lonely and unopened under the tree, she ripped into our subscription box. OMC! Was it worth it!

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary subscription box from Cat Claws in exchange for my fair and honest review. No money exchanged hands (or paws). Cat Claws is not responsible for the contents of this post. I only share products that I believe in.

Before I get to the spoiler and the giveaway—did I mention I’m having another giveaway?—I’ll refresh your memory about what Cat Claws™ is all about. They were founded in the mid 1980s by Bill and Gale Seliskar after Bill, who owned a corrugated box company, noticed their cats loved to scratch on samples he would bring home. Now you know the origin of the corrugated cardboard scratchers that so many of you love. Bet you didn’t know that. We did cos our Autumn loved those scratchers. TW would buy them in shipments of 10 a few times a year.

Cat Claws is more than scratchers and toys. They also sell cat furniture, feeders and water fountains and most other items sold at other shops. You can also get some beautiful pet memorial stones, urns and candles to commemorate the fur children who sadly went OTRB. 

Cat Claws Subscription Box: The Gift That Keeps On Giving. Win One Here! #sponsored

We can vouch for the quality of their products. I’m still loving on Nicky’s old pink cat tree (see above) and dedding toys he left me. They also feature items that are available for a penny when you place an order. My peppermint stick was one of those penny items. I’m not that into the nip, but I love love love their nip toys. Practically every image I post taken on Pop’s bed, you’ll see a peppermint stick or two nearby.

Cat Claws Subscription Box: The Gift That Keeps On Giving. Win One Here! #sponsored

Cat Claws now has an all new Cat Claws Cat Subscription Box. It’s unique in that it’s bimonthly, meaning you get a box every other month. Being a blogger, we were never able to sign up for any of those other subscription boxes because we couldn’t afford them every month. For $24.95 plus postage, you’ll get a box filled with toys, treats and other cat products along with special coupons and offers. Boxes are shipped in December, February, April, June, August and October and you can cancel at any time prior to shipment. You’ll get your money’s worth each and every month. If you post a pic of your cat with their new Cat Claws' loot on their Facebook page, you could win a bonus item in your next Subscription Box.

Cat Claws Subscription Box: The Gift That Keeps On Giving. Win One Here! #sponsored

Cat Claws was kind enough to ship their December box to this little ghetto kitteh AND provide one of their February boxes as a giveaway to one lucky stunningkeisha.com reader! The February box will be filled with Valentine’s love for your cat or their special man- or ladycat. That’s a hint to all my special mencats. Heh heh!

Cat Claws Subscription Box: The Gift That Keeps On Giving. Win One Here! #sponsored


The December box was festive: filled with treats, toys and even something for TW.  Let’s begin with the large brand new Scratch n’ Cuddle Bed which holds a Grand Scratching Pad. What cat doesn’t like to nap inside a cardboard box? The high sides contain the catnip and cardboard crumbs from the scratching pad so your human's not vacuuming them up every other day. Always the diva, I’ve never preferred cardboard scratchers but love to sit in the Scratch n’ Cuddle Box.

Cat Claws Subscription Box: The Gift That Keeps On Giving. Win One Here! #sponsored

Speaking of scratchers, Imperial Cat has a great program for shelters and rescues! You can send Scratch ’n Bits affordable scratching pads in either of three sizes to your local shelter at discounted prices. You can also purchase a 36-piece cat toy grab bag for $35 which is $15 less than retail.

What cat doesn’t want a new toy for Christmas and the December Subscription Box includes my favorite nip toy ever!! I now have a new peppermint stick to add to my collection. Their organic nip is the best I’ve drooled on, bunnykicked and bitten.

Cat Claws Subscription Box: The Gift That Keeps On Giving. Win One Here! #sponsored

There’s also some nommy all-natural freeze-dried Shrimp Treats and one of their best-selling Linen Calendar Towels. TW has always wanted one of these and the 2016 calendar is gorgeous. Not only is it a useful calendar during the year but when the year is up, she's got a lovely tea towel to use.

Cat Claws Subscription Box: The Gift That Keeps On Giving. Win One Here! #sponsored

Word! Here’s what you’ve been waiting for. You want the 411 on the giveaway so let’s get to it. Cat Claws has graciously agreed to send a February subscription box filled with Valentine goodies to one of my readers! You can enter for yourself or for a U.S. shelter. All you have to do is fill out the Rafflecopter. No purchase necessary. Giveaway is open to 18 and over US residents only. Void where prohibited. Giveaway will run from December 23 and will end December 29 at 11:59pm ET. One winner will be randomly selected by Rafflecopter and notified via email. The winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize; failure to do so will result in forfeiture of the prize. Capiche? Best of luck to everyone.

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There’s still time to enter to win the complete Catit Oasis Kit, a $129.99 value!

36 comments:

  1. I thoroughly enjoy cardboard scratchers. Looks like you made out with your Scratch n’ Cuddle Bed and all the little nip toys.

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  2. CK you look so happy surrounded by your kickers. Are you nipped out?

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  3. Wow, that is a really awesome box o' goodies!

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  4. That looks totally terrific and yes, they do make great stuff CK!

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  5. OH CK the gleam in your eye tells me how very special these gifts were!

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  6. These look like great products. We love to scratch and kick around stuff.

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  7. That is a pawsome subscription box! I love how it's every two months instead of monthly and it includes a gift for the humans too!

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  8. Love this giveaway. If we win, there will be enough to share with my sister's cat, too.

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  9. It's a pawsome giveaway. The calendar towel looks very pretty :-)

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  10. My three cats will be getting this if I win. I just rescued Lucky this summer (three legged special needs), and then my two other rescue cats Marlo and Bella who came to the shelter together. They love new things and would have a blast with this box.

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  11. I didn't know they originated the cardboard scratchers! Genius!
    We would love to win, thanks.
    Maggie, Mickey Mouser, and Rufus the Red

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  12. I'd like to send something like this to Duchess, a 3 legged kitty! (Entered with Sarah De Facebook)

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  13. Super pawsome giveaway!!

    The Florida Furkids

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  14. Wonderful! I would love to send it to my oldest fur baby, Baby Girl.

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  15. How great of you to get a whole box to yourself plus have one to giveaway. You're looking very cute under the tree, C.K. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  16. Oh Meow CK dat looks like so much fun. Paws cwossed we win da luvver box. :)

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  17. I would like to send a VDay box to MY cat, Jaguar

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  18. Ck what a great give away. We love Cat Claws too! And selfishly, I would like to gift that box to The Kid Sage. Maybe that will keep her out of my furs...heh...heh

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  19. I'd send it to my three cats - Koneko, Moko, and Arata. We do put items aside to donate to local rescues.

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  20. We would send a Valentine's package to us, of course!

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  21. Scratchin' is our speciality! The mere thought of it makes us roll over in deelight!

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  22. That is a great giveaway! I keep telling my mum we should move to the US. You look totally nipped with your peppermint stick.

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  23. Scylla wants to send a Valentines box to Brian from Brian's Home and Socks wants to send one to Samantha from Life from a Cat's Perspective.

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  24. We'd send a box to PAWS cause like I said the stoopy Human says I have waaaaaay too much stuff. Hrumph. As if! XOXOXOX

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  25. My youngest fur baby would be getting this. He loves card board anything, but especially scratchers. Thanks for he giveaway.

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  26. Carmine thinks this would make a lovely birthday surprise for him (his birthday is in Feb)! :)

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  27. Have a holly jolly Christmas!

    Noodle and crew

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  28. That looks great!

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  29. My stars...we would love to try those shrimp goodies. We've never had shrimp before. We know someone named Shrimp....does that count or do we have to nibble on his paws. hehe

    Have a great day tomorrow CK.

    Nose Rubs,

    Shoko and Kali

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  30. Look at all that wonderful Stuff! CK Yous ROCKS that scratcher!
    Mes wanted to stops by and say
    Merry Christmas to all of yous! May your life be filled with the wonder and hope of Christmas all year!
    Love Nellie and Mommy

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  31. i dont have cats so i would donate it to safe haven cat shelter and clinic please, thank you, to use in the pet food bank or for some of the kitties they save and rescue

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  32. We would love to win one of these to share with our shelter! These look like amazing surprise boxes, we like that it is bimonthly instead of every month so more people can afford it.

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  33. I would like to send the box to my cat Desiree.

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