The Cat Caller Is Celebrating National Cat Day With A Special Gift For Animal Shelters
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Ashley Barraud
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National Cat Day is celebrated to encourage the adoption of shelter cats and The Cat Caller is offering all animal shelters in the U.S. a special 15% off discount code to share with their pet parents and volunteers.

Online PR News – 18-October-2012 –October 15 - 2012..New York, NY - -Every year on October 29th, National Cat Day is celebrated to encourage the adoption of shelter cats. This year The Cat Caller is joining the celebration and offering all animal shelters in the U.S. a special 15% off discount code to share with their pet parents and volunteers. To receive a code for your shelter please email us at press@thecatcaller.com

And just a reminder, according to the Humane Society only 2% of lost cats ever return home. So for all you cat parents who let their feline friends enjoy the great outdoors The Cat Caller, a patented remote control radio device works through walls, trees and bushes and can locate your cat throughout your entire house, yard, even your neighbor's yard both indoors and outdoors up to a 250 foot range. You can also use The Cat Caller as a training tool. Just beep’em and treat’em and they’ll come running to you!

Gift With Purchase Offer to Celebrate National Cat Day To Everyone
The Cat Caller is only available online at www.thecatcaller.com $19.95 for a Single Pet Pack or $39.95 for the Multi-Pet Pack. On October 29th any one who purchases The Cat Caller will receive a free cat collar! The Shelter and other discounts may be combined with this offer. Get The Cat Caller right away, so there are no worries from the minute you bring your furry family member home. Remember, a beep in time is peace of mind.

About The Cat Caller
Inventor, model and entrepreneur Pat Hill created the Cat Caller for her own cats who would hide in unusual places. Trying to find her cats when she was getting ready to leave for work in the morning and worrying that they might be trapped in a closet, left outside in the rain or missing! Working for several years with an engineer they finally figured out how to make a receive that would attach to even safety collars, be bright enough to see, loud enough to hear and have a range just far enough to be able to do both.

If you love your cat, you’ll love The Cat Caller!

*Source 8_12_2011 Humane Society

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