01 August 2011

Kitty charity photo competition

Hill's Pet Nutrition is running a hugely popular Kitty Charity Photo Competition on Facebook and donating R50,000 to animal welfare organisations supporting sterilisations.


To celebrate the launch of Hill's Science Plan Sterilised Cat – a new food scientifically formulated to keep sterilised cats fit, healthy and at their optimum weight – Hill's Pet Nutrition is running a hugely popular Kitty Charity Photo Competition on Facebook and donating R50 000 to animal welfare organisations supporting sterilisations. Entries are open until 31 August, check it out on


Enter a photo of your cat and stand in line to win one of five Hill's hampers worth R500, including a bag of new Hill's Science Plan Sterilised Cat. Simply email a favourite photo of your cat to before 31 August, with Hill's Kitty Charity Photo competition in the subject line. The image will be uploaded onto the Hill's Pet Nutrition South Africa Facebook page - You can view your entry by clicking the 'like' button on this page.


Once entries close, five animal charities will be selected to each receive R10,000 from Hill's. You can help decide which charity should benefit by 'liking' their logo in the 'Charities in Support of Sterilisation – Kitty Photo Competition' album on Hill's Facebook page before 31 August. There are more than 60 organisations hoping to benefit – with a simple click you can show them your support.

Did you know that sterilised cats are three times more likely to become overweight? Hill's Science Plan Sterilised Cat is completely balanced nutrition for young adult and older cats that have been neutered or spayed, to keep them fit not fat. The food contains nutrients that help to reduce the risk of becoming overweight or developing bladder stones. It is available from veterinary practices and vet shops around South Africa and Namibia.

For more details on caring for your sterilised cat and the Hill's Facebook competition visit, speak to your vet, email or call 0800 228 783 toll-free.

Press release issued by Paula Wilson Media Consulting on behalf of Hill’s Pet Nutrition.


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