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Your Cat Advent Calendar 2014

Day 21 - Win three 2kg bags of MORE adult Cat Food and a Sizal Lufa Stand Cat Toy!

Your Cat Advent Calendar Day 21

Today, we're giving one lucky reader the chance to win three 2kg bags of MORE™ Adult Salmon Cat Food, and a Great & Small Sizal Lufa Stand Cat Toy.

At Pets Corner, they know that pet owners appreciate the benefits of a good quality food for their pets. MORE™ provides all the nourishment your feline friend needs, using only good quality, highly digestible, natural ingredients to support your Cat's overall health, development and vitality.

MORE™ Adult Cat Salmon is a complete, balanced dry cat food, formulated using hypoallergenic principles. MORE™ Adult Cat Salmon doesn't contain any by-products or ingredients that are commonly known to cause allergies including wheat, gluten, soya, beef or dairy so it's ideal for Cats with sensitive tummies.

Made in the UK, MORE™ Adult Cat Salmon contains natural ingredients which are carefully selected to help support or improve your Cat's overall health, condition and development with no artificial preservatives, additives or added sugars. This tasty, crunchy kibble is packed with natural antioxidants to help support the immune system, with vitamins and minerals.

MORE™ Adult Cat Salmon is recommended for Cats from 1 to 7 years (other life stages are available in the MORE™ Cat food range). For extra taste and variety, MORE™ can be softened with a little warm water or popped into the microwave for a few seconds to enhance the flavours and release the natural oils.

Always ensure fresh drinking water is available.

To find see more products, simply visit the Pets Corner website, and find them on Facebook and Twitter.

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