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Share a Pic of Your Adopted Pet, Win a Rachael Prize Pack

There’s nothing better than giving a shelter pet a new home.

Celebrate your love for your adopted friend with the I Rescued My Pet contest, a part of this summer’s 5th annual ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge.

Send in your best photo of you and your furry pal for a chance to showcase how wonderful they are – and get a chance to win a Rachael Ray prize pack!

Here’s what’s up for grabs in the pack, valued at almost $400!
- A 10-piece Rachael Ray cookware set
- A year-long subscription to Every Day with Rachael Ray
- Nutrish pet treats
- Two insulated totes
- A set of four Rachael spice grinders

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Simply complete your entry here by August 1, 2014!

And don’t forget to spread the word about the ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge. Even if you’re not looking to adopt a new pet, it’s a great time to help thousands of wonderful animals find new homes and reward shelters who are stepping up to make it happen.

3 Responses to “Share a Pic of Your Adopted Pet, Win a Rachael Prize Pack”

  1. Gail Elias says:

    The “I rescued my pet ” entry page is not working properly. It would not let me type and tell the story about how I rescued my pet. Also, on the link provided to me on facebook It did not say it had to be a picture and/or pictures of you and your pet. It just said your rescued pet. Nobody is getting a chance to tell their story. You need to let us edit our entries.

    • Jenn Giacoppo says:

      Hi Gail,
      I just checked into the page and it’s working fine. Would you mind trying again? Thanks – Jenn, RachaelRay.com

  2. sarah says:

    five years ago…I was living out in the country and came across a little black dog tied up to a tree in 105 degree weather next to a pit bull dog and a german shepard. the little black dog weighed about 4 pounds and no water or food and the poor dog had about two inches of dirt on her. she was starving and in need of water or she would of died. the owners was drug addicts and did not care. well, I am against stealing but this dog was in deed in bad shape. now she is healthy and living with myself and my daughter and son. we moved back to the city where my daughter Payton named her new dog Baby. we love her so much and so blessed to have found her. she is spoiled and loves her new owners…us the Powell family.
    thanks
    sarah

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