Hill’s collectable kitty tins - free this September

Its #FreebieFriday [12 September 2014] and we have 4 pawsome Kitty Tins up for grabs!

Product :         Hill's Kitty Tins
Company :       Hills South Africa
Category :        Cat Food - Hill's Science Plan Feline

This weekend we are giving away a collectable Hill's Kitty Tin to 4 Lucky readers, and we hope you are going to be one of them.

Tweet: Post a pic of your #cat & #Win with @HillsPetSA a #hillskittytin. Entries close 15 Sept. Enter today http://ctt.ec/IL04K+

Competition Entry Rules Apply*

Prizes: 4 x Hill's Kitty Tins

Question: Post a picture of your kitty to our Facebook page - and stand a chance to be in the lucky draw. Remember to LIKE & SHARE the competition post on Facebook too.

To enter please answer the above question on our Facebook page.  No remember SHARE no entry.

Competition Entry Rules:

  1. Winner/s will be chosen from the comments on the Facebook Entry Post.
  2. Competition Starts today Friday and ends at midnight on Monday. (You have 4 days to enter)
  3. No late entries will be accepted.
  4. One entry per household is allowed.
  5. Only people residing within the borders of South Africa are allowed to enter.
  6. People who reside outside the borders of South African may offer to donate their prize to a South African Animal Charity or Shelter listed here.
  7. Winners will be announced on this page in the comments section below, as well as on the PetHealthcare Facebook page the following week.
  8. Winners have *1 week from date of entry to claim their prize.  After this, should they not come forward to claim their prize/s, it will be awarded to the next person/s.
  9. Winner/s give PetHealthCare permission to post a photo of them or their pet/s enjoying their prize, on our Facebook page and in the monthly Newsletter.
  10. PetHealthCare and the Sponsor/s reserve the right to choose the winner/s, and no correspondence will be entered into.


From September, vets will be giving away cute, collectable ‘kitty’ tins with selected purchases of Hill’s Science Plan Feline. Purchase a bag (1.5kgs or larger) of any Hill’s Science Plan Feline and you can choose from a selection of four differently designed storage tins. Valued at R85 and large enough to hold 2kgs of food, it will be a colourful addition to your home.  The #hillskittytin is only available from September at participating veterinary outlets, while stocks last.

Hill’s Science Plan is naturally preserved, completely balanced and scientifically-formulated to meet the nutritional needs of all breeds of cat and dog. Offer available while stocks last. Terms and conditions apply. To find your nearest participating veterinary outlet contact Hill’s on infoza@hillspet.com or 0800 228 783. For more info visit www.hillspet.co.za/News.

Become part of a community passionate about pets and learn about Hill’s latest special offers on Facebook www.hillspet.co.za/facebook and Twitter www.twitter.com/HillsPetSA.


www.twitter.com/HillsPetSA  #hillskittytin

Update: Winners Announced

[16 September 2014]

Congratulations to all our winners and thank you for entering our fun give-away competition!

  1. Celeste Louw with Lorcan & Hannibal
  2. Candice Spammer with Tinkie & Nismo
  3. Kerry Anne van Rooyen with Tora
  4. Safeerah Amod-Jassiem with Fifi

Well done everyone :)

How to claim your prize: Please send your contact details to marketing@pethealthcare.co.za and we will be in touch with you to arrange for your prize to be delivered to you.


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