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February 10, 2016
If You Have A Cat In Your Life These Giveaways Are For You!
I’m happy to present you with two giveaways from 9Lives! A Happy Kitty Cat Kit also a chance for one-years supply of 9Lives and a plush bed! If you have a cat in your life these giveaways are for you! Remember Morris the Cat? For those of you who don’t Morris is the iconic “spokescat” for 9Lives cat food and has starred in over 50 commercials. When he’s not in front of the camera or chowing down on 9Lives, you can bet he’s napping in his trailer *ahem* carrying case.
Here’s what one lucky winner will win from Ann Again and again Reviews:
Cats and I have a lot in common. The biggest factor is S-L-E-E-P. I’m always trying to get more of it and make the most out of what time I do get. So I had a thought… why not ask someone who’s truly an expert on the subject; someone who spends more time snoozing than most of us spend at work? I’m talking, of course, about Morris the Cat!
He’s taken time out of his busy schedule to be my Guest Post-er for the next couple of days and answer some reader questions about the very im-purr-tant issue of sleep. What’s more, he’s offering fans the chance to win a Morris-shaped, human-sized plush bed AND a year’s supply of 9Lives cat food. Just go to his Live Well & Prospurr website http://prospurr.9lives.com/ to enter. And, very importantly, you can learn how you can help Morris feed hungry kitties with just the click of a mouse. (Click of the “mouse”. Get it? Somebody stop me!)
Let’s see how my Guest Poster help those that need help in the Sleep Department –
I’ve been experiencing difficulties with falling asleep, tossing and turning once my head hits the pillow. I don’t get it because I feel tired all day at work; then I come home, brush my teeth, flip on the TV, and just… lie there. I’m hoping I can learn from the expert. Morris, what am I doing wrong?
Sleepless in San Fur-nando
Dear Sleepless in San Fur-nando,
Your case, unfortunately, is not at all uncommon. When you’re going all day long at the speed of a cheetah, it’s no wonder your mind darts around like a red laser dot at bedtime. Luckily, as a cat, I spend up to 140 hours per week sleeping and I can tell you there is hope! For starters, I notice you mentioned turning on the TV before bed. Cats don’t watch TV – this is partly because the majority of us can’t speak English that well, but mostly because it interferes with our snooze time. Scientifically speaking, the ‘glow’ emitted by an electronic screen enters the brain and slows the release of melatonin, the hormone that helps us sleep. So next time you want to turn on the tube before bed, try counting sheep instead – or better yet, mice!
There you have it! After getting a good night’s rest, tune back in for my next edition of “Dear Morris” and don’t forget to check out his Live Well & Prospurr website http://prospurr.9lives.com/to enter the giveaway and learn how you can help Morris feed hungry kitties with just the click of a mouse. And – since you’re here – Enter to Win a Happy Kitty Cat Kit today! Good luck!