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Have a funny, zany or unbelievable pet video? Enter NFP's new Web contest and win

by jmaloni
Tue, Jul 10th 2012 08:55 am
Furry Friends Too Pet Foods & Supplies
Furry Friends Too Pet Foods & Supplies

From squirrels on Jet Skis to talking dogs and playful cats, we all love watching our pets perform for the camera. And now, your best video snapshots can win you a $25 gift certificate to Furry Friends Too Pet Foods & Supplies, 2117 Sawyer Drive, Niagara Falls.

Starting Tuesday, July 10, Niagara Frontier Publications will accept creative, funny, goofy, creative and downright zany pet videos to post at www.wnypapers.com. The three clips deemed best (as decided by NFP's panel of judges, and by online reaction - YouTube comments, page views, social media activity including tweets and wall posts) will be selected and put up for popular vote. The winning entry will receive the Furry Friends gift certificate.

All videos must originate and be posted on YouTube. Entrants should mark their videos "Public" and send the embed code or video Web address, and their contact information, to this email address or to NFP via Facebook or Twitter. Use NFP's social media sites to register your comments.

All eligible videos will be posted on one page at www.wnypapers.com/petcontest. CLICK HERE for full rules.

UPDATED: Entries will be received until 11:59 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Aug. 7. The top three clips will be highlighted in NFP's newspapers (the Niagara-Wheatfield Tribune, Island Dispatch and Lewiston-Porter Sentinel), and online at www.wnypapers.com. Fans can vote for the best video via NFP's website from 9 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8, through 11:59 p.m. ET on Monday, Aug. 13. One grand-prize winner will be selected on Tuesday, Aug. 14.

Find Furry Friends Too online at http://furryfriendstoo.com/.

Take note: Pet safety, health and wellness are of utmost importance. Any videos suggesting cruelty, harm or peril (actual or perceived) to animals will be immediately disqualified. So, please, don't put your pets in danger.

Furthermore, NFP reserves the right to disqualify any and all entry videos based on inappropriate content.

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