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Hallmark Launches Search for the Cutest Cat

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May 28th, 2014
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Is your kitty the cutest cat ever? Cat owners everywhere will claim that theirs is the fluffiest, fanciest feline ever but now UK residents have the chance to prove, once and for all, their moggy’s magnificence.

We are delighted to have launched a search for the cutest cat with cats from all across the country going forward to a national final.  All kitty owners have to do is to enter a photograph of their feline friend in Little Meow’s Cutest Kitty, with the winner being awarded the coveted accolade of the UK’s Cutest Cat.

The competition has been launched to coincide with the introduction of our new cute card range, Little Meow. The result of an extensive customer research project, the range of 16 greetings cards combines soft illustrations and realistic cat features to create a tailor made collection that answers the need for cute kitten characters.

UK residents can enter through the Hallmark UK Facebook page and the competition will close at 5pm on Friday 30th May. The cutest kitty will be decided by a panel of expert judges, including Rachel Goodman, Little Meow’s creator, Sara Atkinson, Director of Yorkshire Cat Rescue and Jacqueline Brown, the Editor of Progressive Greetings Worldwide.  The winner gets to visit London’s exclusive Pet Spa and enjoy the full VIP treatment, as well as being presented with the full range of our exclusive Little Meow greetings cards.

Rachel Goodman said: “Our Little Meow card range was developed following extensive consumer insights to appeal to not only the millions of cat lovers across the UK but also to those looking for a sweet injection of cuteness in their lives. We’re really looking forward to seeing which feline can rival Little Meow’s adorable features and charm.”

To enter your cat into Little Meow’s Cutest Kitty competition visit our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/HallmarkUK

 

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