Go to Cat College for a Chance to Win a Year's Supply of Cat Food
Ever think about going back to college? Even if the answer is no, maybe a Cat Ed curriculum would be of interest to you. The Cat Channel is offering nine courses in Cat Care and Behavior, and the class valedictorian will win a year's supply of Eukanuba Cat Food.
Here are the details:
Cat College is a three-month curriculum of nine courses that will give you the foundation for understanding and caring for your cats.
Each month from Dec. 1 through Feb. 28, we will offer three courses 1 core class and two cat-lectives.
Cat Club members will earn 1,000 points just for enrolling and an additional 250 points for completing each quiz, in addition to 25 points for logging on each day.
To graduate, you are required to complete all three core classes, three of the six cat-lectives and receive a passing score, which is 60 percent or higher on each quiz.
To receive top honors, you must take all nine courses and score 90 percent or higher on each quiz.
The core classes are Nutrition, Biology and Physical Education.
The cat-lectives are Genetics, Art History, Sociology, Language, Psychology and Zoology.
For a course description, see the Cat College Catalog. Each course includes a video lecture, reading material and quiz.
All Cat College graduates will be able to download and personalize a 2010 Cat College diploma. All Top Honors graduates will be able to download and personalize a 2010 Cat College Magna Felis Laude diploma.
The Cat College 2010 Valedictorian will win a years worth of Eukanuba cat food from PetCo Bottomless Bowl and receive 5,000 points.
To be considered for Valedictorian, you must take all classes, score the highest on each test and then take the final exam and score the highest.
Each prospective valedictorian must write a 500-word-or-less commencement speech for Cat College. A copy of the speech will be published on CatChannel and read at graduation
Eukanuba and CatChannel are proud to bring you this curriculum, which you will find as fascinating as cats themselves.