Happy World Cat Day!

😻 WORLD CAT DAY GIVEAWAY 😻

We teamed up with Travel Cat to bring you the best products in order for you to get closer with your cat both indoors and outdoors! 🧡

With Travel Cat's goodies your cat will be able to tag along in your adventures, meanwhile Moggie is going to keep you posted on your cat's activity when you're not around.

How to Enter:

🐈 Follow @moggie.me + @yourcatbackpack
🐈 Like this post
🐈 Tag a friend in the comments & tell us which word best describes your purrfect cat! (1 tag per comment, unlimited comments)
🐈 Optional: for tripled chances to win, add your email to the form below

🎁 Prizes:

1x Moggie health wearable
1x "The Transpurrter" Ultimate Calming Convertible Cat Carrier in Heather Grey
1x "The Day Tripper" Perfect Adjustable H-Style Cat Harness

🎉 Sign up for 3x chances to win!

📝 Terms of agreement:

- Giveaway is open to residents of the US only
- Entries will close on Friday, 8/11 at 11:59PM ET & the winner will be announced via Instagram Stories by 8/15
- Per Instagram rules, this promotion is in no way sponsored, administered, or associated with Instagram, Inc.
- By entering, entrants confirm that they are 18+ years of age, release Instagram of responsibility, and agree to Instagram's terms of use. No purchase is necessary to win.

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