This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Friskies for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Our pets are part of our family, so we make sure to include them when the holidays come around. Sometimes they aren’t so happy about it (like when we dress them up in cute santa hats and reindeer antlers!), but they love getting Christmas presents! This year Friskies sent our kitties the Friskies Pull ’n Play Combo Pack, and they love it! And Friskies is giving two of these gift packs away to two lucky readers, so don’t miss your chance to enter below!
The Pull ‘n Play is three gifts in one; it has soft edible strings, Friskies Party Mix treats, and a wobbly cat toy called Wobbert who dispenses the treats as the cats bat him around. It’s a great way to combine treats and play time, two of our kitties’ favorite things! If you’re looking for a great Christmas gift for the kitty in your life, the Pull ’n Play Combo Pack is the ultimate Christmas gift for every cat on your list!
Friskies sent us a cute Christmas stocking as well as the Pull ‘n Play. They also included some extra string treats so the cats could try all three flavors: chicken and cheese flavor, salmon and shrimp flavor, and tuna and crab flavor.
I accidentally left the package open downstairs while I folded some laundry upstairs, and the kitties were so excited about their present that they started chewing into the packaging before I even got Wobbert set up for them!
Once I got Wobbert set up, Finnegan and Puck loved batting him around and eating the string treats coming out of his ears!
I also had fun playing with them with the strings and watching them jump and chase the strings!
To find the Pull ‘n Play combo pack, check out friskies.com/PullNPlay for a list of online retailers. Friskies has also generously donated 2 gift packs (the Pull ‘n Play Combo Pack, extra treats, and a Christmas stocking) to be given away!
Tell us your favorite holiday memory of your cat in the comments section below; the best memory could win a gift!
Disclosure: I received compensation from IZEA and Friskies in exchange for my participation in this holiday campaign, and my honest discussion of their products. But our kitties loved Wobbert and the treats that came with him, and all opinions in this post are 100% my own. I would never write a post about something I didn’t think was useful or interesting for you guys, and Practically Functional will only publish sponsored posts for companies or products I love and believe in! 🙂
Deborah Bogaert says
I Love Christmas with my FurKids!! I have 3, Greyson who is my oldest, 15, Mya who comes behind at 7 and My Youngest, Hope, 6. When I decorate my three foot Christmas tree, I hang their stockings behind it on the wall. Each kitty has one with their name in Sparkles across the top. I fill the stockings with kitty toys on Christmas Eve. When we get up on Christmas morning, I take the stockings down, put them on the floor, and say, “Who Wants Nip”, they ALL COME RUNNING. I put the nip on top of their stockings which makes them play with them and their toys come out! It’s great!! I’ve videoed Christmases we’ve had, except for last year, which is a long, unpleasant story, and put them on YouTube so they can never be lost. I have memories of my Poohbear who I lost a year and 1/2 ago at age 15 to kidney disease. I miss him, but I have his memories. Being I didn’t get to celebrate Christmas the way I like to last year, this year will be even more special. I would love to have one of the pull and play toys for them to play with on Christmas Morning!! If you go to YouTube and Type in Debnfurkids, you will find the videos that I have posted. There are also videos of just playing with them.
Thank you for reading and May ALL who read this Have a Blessed Thanksgiving and A MAGNIFICENT HOLIDAY SEASON
Deborah, Greyson, Mya and Hope
With Tigger, Max and Poohbear My Angels Always in MY HEART…
Zabrina mulroney says
My cat now isn’t a year old yet, so this will be his first christmas, but when I was younger, my cat had kittens and they all loved to climb the tree and rip open presents (that weren’t theirs.) We kept one of the kittens named Tiger and all his life he would climb in the tree, sleep under it or on the presents, and of course rip open the presents, and of course play in the wrapping paper on christmas day after everything was opened.
I got a call from my husband one day when I was 8 months pregnant, saying that he had picked up a starving kitten from the gutter and could I take her to the vet? I drove 10 miles into town to get her. The vet gave her 2 shots and doubled her weight. She was so weak she couldn’t sit or stand but she could purr. I named her Purrl. The next couple of weeks I fed her, and kept her clean, and she slept on my enormous belly. Even though I had 2 older cats, she was special. My son was born on Dec. 4th. A week later we were decorating for Christmas and Purrl was enchanted by the tree. We had never had any trouble with the Christmas tree with the older cats but Purrl just HAD to climb that tree. Every time she climbed, the tree went over and I lost more ornaments. I finally put the tree in the middle of the playpen and roped it to the four corners. Purrl could climb to her hearts content and we didn’t have to worry about her or the tree.
The vet told me that she probably wouldn’t get very old because of her rocky beginning, but she fooled everyone and lived to be eighteen. (Our two older cats we lost at 24 and 22.) Purrl was, and will always be, my first baby.
Debbie Hight says
We had a cat throughout my daughter’s childhood named Punkin 🙂
He was the sweetest & most affectionate pet ever.
Every Christmas he would receive a stocking with gifts…one year the catnip had spilled out in his stocking & he hugged & rubbed that thing for weeks, many times falling asleep with it snuggled in his arms!!