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Exclusive Giveaway: Puss in Boots
Posted February 17, 2012 01:16 PM by Webmaster
Blu-ray.com and Paramount Home Entertainment are offering three Blu-ray.com members the opportunity to win a copy of the well-received Shrek spin-off, Puss in Boots. The animated feline swashbuckler pounces on store shelves February 24th.
To enter, simply add a comment to this news post with your favorite animated films that feature household pets venturing out into a bigger, broader world. (There are no right or wrong answers.)
The Puss in Boots contest is open to all Blu-ray.com members (membership is completely free, click here to join). Entrants will never be asked or required to post any personal information whatsoever on Blu-ray.com, and will only ever be identified by their Blu-ray.com username. Winners will be asked to provide full name and a valid mailing address via PM, but their personal information will not be shared or retained in any way. Maintaining our membership's privacy is of the utmost importance. The contest will close on Friday, February 25th at approximately 11:59pm EST, and three randomly selected winners will be contacted soon thereafter via Blu-ray.com PM.
Note: prizes that are not claimed within seven days will be awarded to other entrants.
I love a lot of animated films with animals, haha, but honestly, these are the first that come to mind that feature household pets venturing out into a bigger, broader world. I don't agree with a lot of these choices, my opinion, but I don't. Nemo ventures out into a bigger, broader world, but he's not a household pet. Same with Ratatouille. Remy is not a household pet. Fantastic Mr. Fox. I love the film, but they're not pets. They're animals that have a household, haha. Toy Story... haha, really? ... okay, so I'm done ranting.