Wednesday, 14 September 2011

It's competition time!

Friends, nothing is sacred any more! It seems as though my blog is not my own now, nor will it ever be again. Oh well, it was good while it lasted...

I actually told her she could post as she's now got a name of her very own, and anyway, she's getting to be a big girl now! It's about time she learned what a horrible thing Computer is. It's good for her language development too. She struggles to concentrate on one thing long enough to see it through to the end, so by encouraging her to blog, it should help that too! I hope you found her amusing if not interesting. Obviously she could never be as interesting as me... Right?

Well, friends, on to the good stuff. I promised you mo cats this week. First you got the news on the new kitten, then you got to see Millie in all her dubious glory. But I also promised you a treat that you wouldn't want to miss. Today is the day I reveal that treat. Yep, it's competition time!

Like me, you may have noticed that not only did my human miss celebrating my 200th post thanks to these kittens, but she also missed my blogoversary! I couldn't let her forget about this, so after some stern words to her, I've come up with an absolutely stonking competition that will rock your socks! Or your paws... Or somethin. Anyway, this is quite big to make up for the fact that it's only one celebration instead of 2. Ready for this?

Myself and my human are offering one lucky person the chance to win a pair of tickets to visit the Supreme Cat show which will be held on the 19th of November in the NEC in Birmingham. This is an absolutely amazing show which is the equivalent of Krufts in the cat world. Normal cat shows get anywhere between 200 and 300 entries, but the Supreme gets an average of 1600! All the pens are decorated, and cats have to qualify by winning a CC to enter, so it's only the best of the best that can be shown there. This is truly a cat lover's paradise. If looking at cats all day isn't enough, there are tons of trade stands there, most of which have special offers, and all of which sell just about anything you can imagine for the cat lover and their cat. you will be able to see pretty much every breed of cat that is registered with the GCCF, and maybe get to cuddle a few too! You also have the opportunity to watch them being judged, something which is usually forbidden in GCCF shows. Household pets enter too, so there is literally every type of cat imaginable there! This is an amazing prize, as tickets are quite expensive.

And do you know what makes it more amazing? I'll be there too! And so will little Millie! It's Ok to tell you apparently, as long as I don't mention either of our pedigree names so that the judges can't work out who we really are. If you win the competition, then I'd love to see you at the show, so you'll have ta come find me there!

If you'd like to enter, then please leave a comment on this post telling us why you'd like to head to the Supreme, and why you should win. Of course, the winner will be picked by a random generator, but we want to know why you'd like to go anyway! I'm not restricting this to peoples who live in the UK only, cuz I'd like to give everyone the chance to enter. If you're overseas and you'd like to come, then you'll obviously have to travel to England to visit the show, but we can help you find good hotels etc. If you don't want to come, then we're happy for you to donate tickets to someone else. Really, we just want to give the opportunity to visit to as many peoples as possible! To increase your chances of winning, head on over to the Moonspun Blog
And have your peoples comment there too. The competition will be running on both blogs, so if you enter on both, you double your chances! Please also feel free to spread the word about this to as many friends as possible. I want to see loads of you at the Supreme!


Admiral Hestorb said...

Just j case I win..please donate my tickets to someone else. I would LOVE to be there and so would mommy but we know we cannot..and I hope you and Millie do well, sweet Tia. We love you all very much. xxxooo

Sweet Purrfections said...

I would love to come to England and see you in the cat show, but unfortunately, it's a little too far and costs too much green papers! If I win, please donate my tickets to someone else who can be there.


Repositório said...

Hehehe! I live so far from you but I want the winner to enjoy a lot!

Teri and the cats of Curlz and Swirlz said...

How exciting! When my husband and I came to England we went to a cat show there and it was very interesting as it is done so differently in the USA. But, like you said, it was one of the smaller shows but it was fun seeing the Cornish Rex as they look different than in the USA too. And the vendors had some things that aren't seen here, either. Teri wouldn't be able to come but if we win, please donate our ticket to someone who would be able to go, ok...