Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Pet Emergency Sign Giveaway

I'm lucky enough to work with Build A Sign and they have offered me a wonderful giveaway.

Fire safety window clings for your pets.  You just fill in the blanks with a permanent marker to alert the fire department to the number of pets in your home.


I have 10 of these wonderful window clings to give away!  All you have to do is send me an e-mail at hoerauf at comcast dot net, with your mailing address.  Because I am paying the shipping costs myself, I'm sorry to say that this is only open to US residents.

These signs could help save your pets life in case of a fire, so shoot me off an e-mail right away.

Thanks again to Build A Sign for making this giveaway possible!

11 comments:

Rebecca Jo said...

Oh girl... with my four dogs, I need one of those. I always have a fear of the dogs running if there was a fire & we couldnt get them...

what a smart idea to have these!

Amy said...

This is amazing.. I will have to e-mail you.. I love my fur babies and would not want anything to happen to them. Thanks..

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Amy let me know about this, thank you so much I hope I sent my email in time for one.

I'm your newest follower ;)

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Amy told me about this so I am going to send you an email. If you have enough I would love to have one. Thank you.

Queenie Jeannie said...

What a great idea!

blueviolet said...

I don't have any pets, but that is SO great!

Emily said...

Thanks for hosting this great giveaway Pam. A neat way to add an extra measure of safety for our pets! :)

The Rocky Creek Scotties said...

Thanks so much for getting the sign out to us so quickly - it came yesterday.

The Rocky Creek Scotties

Rudy - The dog with a blog said...

Oh how furry cool, count us in!

Penelope said...

Omg, this is funny! and cute! but mostly funny!

Kate said...

It is really nice to keep our pets safe from any danger... signs can be one way. For my rabbits I always make sure to put them in the rabbit hutch every time I am out of the house.