How would you like to have a fabulous piece of art hanging on your wall that your kitty painted for you? Sound impossible?
Not only is it possible, but your cat can paint his meowsterpiece — without getting paint on his paws — using the Kitty-Casso Paint Kit for Cats.
We got one of these Kitty-Casso Paint Kit for Cats from Artcasso, so of course I had to give my cat, Moo, a shot at creating a painting of his own. The kit includes good paper to paint on, five colors of nontoxic paint, a plastic sheet to cover the paper, a toy to entice your kitty to “paint,” and a frame to hang it when it’s dry.
How does it work? Plop some of the paint on the paper and then place it on a hard surface — I put it on my tile floor — and then cover that with the plastic sheet. Wave the toy around to make your kitty run, walk, and roll over the covered paint. He’s painting! When he’s done, sign his name, let it dry, and voila! Your kitty is a regular Purrcasso.
Two lucky Catster readers will get Kitty-Casso Painting Kits with this week’s giveaway. I bet you’ll be the only one you know with true cat art on your wall.
To enter to win, simply leave us a comment imagining what you think your kitty would paint if he had the chance. A mouse? A catnip tree? A family portrait? We’ll randomly pick two lucky winners.
All entries must be received by Thursday, Sept. 13, at noon PST.
To be eligible for the prize, use your Disqus account to comment below. Creating a profile and avatar takes just a minute, and it is a great way to participate in Catster’s community of people who are passionate about cats. (And note that if your Disqus account doesn’t contain a valid email address, you can’t win because we can’t contact you. Boo! So please check your account.) We’ll notify the winner by email, and you have two days to respond or we’ll pick someone else. That’s just how it goes. Good luck, everyone.
Here’s a video of Moo painting.
Use coupon code CATSTER25 to get 25 percent off at the Artcasso site through Sept. 30, 2012, if you don’t win but still want to buy your kitty a kit to paint. (There’s a dog version, too.) Happy painting.
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