Gotcha Day Sweepstakes entry form
Win vet care for your cat Kid + Litter for your favorite Shelter
In celebration of Gotcha Day, share your story of how your cat kid has upgraded your life. You could win one year of free vet care for your cat kid AND 1,000 lbs. of Naturally Fresh for the shelter or rescue of your choice!
Enter the Sweepstakes
Gotcha Day is the day your life was elevated when you adopted your cat(s) and they became a member of the family. In celebration of cat kids and cat parents everywhere, we want to hear your story of how your cat kid has upgraded your life for a chance to win the following:
Free vet care for one year (through reimbursement valued up to $2,000), a surprise health package, and 1,000 lbs. of Naturally Fresh litter donated to the shelter or rescue of your choice
One-year subscription to KitNipBox, one bag of Naturally Fresh every month for six months, and one Naturally Fresh shirt
One coupon for a free bag of Naturally Fresh
Gotcha Day 2022
For our second annual Gotcha Day event, we’ve upgraded the adoption experience by expanding to four markets (Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, and Denver), matching $20,000 in adoption fees, and running a sweepstakes that gives back to pet parents while helping them give back to animal shelters.
Take home a free 14 lb. bag of Naturally Fresh
Enter our sweepstakes
Enter the Gotcha Day 2022 Sweepstakes by sharing your story of how your cat kid has upgraded your life (open to everyone, not just Gotcha Day adopters)
Cat kid support in action
From working with local shelters to employing sustainable practices for a healthy home and planet, learn how Naturally Fresh supports cat kids everywhere — and how you help just by using our litter.
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How to Pick the Animal Shelter–and Cat Kid–That’s Right for YouRead More
New Cat Kid ChecklistRead More
Gotcha day donations by the numbers
Our 2021 Gotcha Day Results
Cat kid adoptions
in matched adoption fees
lbs. of Naturally Fresh given to pet parents
lbs. of Naturally Fresh donated to participating shelters