Free Cat Food and Treats!

 |  Oct 1st 2008  |   3 Contributions


Hemingway's Cats

There's no such thing as a free lunch... unless you're a cat! The recent (very popular) 9 Lives free food promotion is over, but if you're kicking yourself for having missed out, I've got quite a few free food and sample offers for you. Even if your cat is not inclined to try new foods (or turns a finicky nose in the air), you can donate the food to your local shelter or rescue group.

Free Iams Cat Food: If you also sign up for the Iams e-Newsletter you can get product coupons and expert pet care advice by email.

Free Flint River Ranch Pet Food: Kind of a funky sign-up process. You add the free sample to your cart and check out --- just don't fill in the credit card info. Flint River Ranch Cat Food is an all-natural food. Also, if you order FRR pet food online, you can get a coupon for free pet ID tags with your first order.

Purina One: Worth clicking through to this site just to see the puppy-kitten cuteness photo on the landing page.

Breeder's Choice: Here's the deal: buy one 3.5 lb [or larger] bag, get a free bag of cat food or dog Kookies.

Nutro Rebate Offers: Mail-in rebates of up to $10.

Nutro's Drawing to win a year's supply of Nutro Pet Food: Register to win, and you can also sign up for special offers and samples --- if you DON'T want to get emails from Nutro, be sure to uncheck the box that appears the form for your name and address info.

Free Samples of Nature's Variety (Raw Food): Intrigued by the benefits of feeding your pet raw food but not sure they'll eat it? Here's you chance to try a free sample.

Free Samples of Pet Greens Treats - Contains the green nutrition your cat usually gets by eating wheat grass. But no slimy puke puddles to step in afterward.

Free Greenies: Freebies for both dogs and cats, including Greenies Brand pill pockets.

Iams Multicat Coupon: Get $3 off.

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Disclaimer: All of these offers were available at the time I published this post but are subject to termination at any time. Some may require that you sign up for an email newsletter or special offer alerts. (I recommend getting a free Yahoo/Gmail/Hotmail email address for your cat for this purpose.) All appear to be from legitimate companies, but I cannot guarantee that this is the case. Always exercise caution when submitting personal information online.

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