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SUPER PET® Partners With SmallAnimalChannel.com® to Launch ‘Camp Critter’

July 20, 2010

IRVINE, Calif., July 20 /PRNewswire/ — SmallAnimalChannel.com, powered by Critters USA, Ferrets USA and Rabbits USA, announces “Camp Critter” – an interactive online summer camp for small animals and their owners, sponsored by SUPER PET®. Camp has started, but there’s still time to register at http://www.smallanimalchannel.com/campcritter. Campers can participate in fun activities like talent contests, costume parades, sing-alongs and ghost stories – and earn valuable Club Critter points.

Camp Critter is open from July 6 to August 31, 2010, and is absolutely free. Each week, new games and activities are introduced for Critter Club campers and their small animals to enjoy. During the last week of camp, SUPER PET® will provide prizes, including exercise balls, wheels and nutritional treats to the top participant in each of the eight categories. “Camp Critter is an excellent outlet for users around the globe to learn beneficial information about their small animals,” says Marylou Zarbock, editor of Critters USA, Ferrets USA, Rabbits USA and SmallAnimalChannel.com. “Users will also have the opportunity to win great prizes from SUPER PET®.”

Over the past four years, SmallAnimalChannel.com has grown into an interactive community with more than 45,000 monthly visitors. SmallAnimalChannel.com caters to critter enthusiasts and covers all aspects of small-animal care and lifestyle.

To interview the editor of Small AnimalChannel.com, Critters USA, Ferrets USA and Rabbits USA, please contact Lisa MacDonald, director of marketing, at 949.855.8822 ext. 3345.

About BowTie, Inc

BowTie, Inc. is the leader in special-interest pet magazines, trade magazines, books and websites dedicated to pet-loving consumers, pet-supply retailers, veterinarians, breeders and pet professionals worldwide. Divisions of BowTie, Inc., include BowTie Magazines, BowTie Press, BowTie News, Thoroughbred Times Company, Global Distribution Services and www.AnimalNetwork.com.

SOURCE BowTie, Inc.


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