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Tech Out Your Pet Photo Contest

Got a pet? Got a gadget? Take a photo of your pet with the gadget and enter it in the Honeywell Tech Out Your Pet Photo Contest. Tweet or Instagram it to @HoneywellPlugIn using the hashtag #TechOutYourPet. The deadline is September 7th.

dog with keyboard
Fish phone call
Mice
Dog with headphones
We just got two more cats in the house for a total now of 5. We never get to play with them because they're either tweeting or texting each other and constantly checking email. We do occasionally play with them provided they accept an invitation request, But at 10 cents a text, they're running up quite a phone bill. I don't care how cute they are, I've insisted that they only email because that's free. But they don't listen. You know how cats are.

I'm kidding of course. We took away their phones.

Before we did, I should have clicked some photos of them using their favorite gadgets because the makers of Honeywell Fans & Air Purifiers have launched a #TechOutYourPet contest on Twitter. All you need to do is Tweet or Instagram a photo of your pet using their favorite gadget to @HoneywellPlugIn using the hashtag #TechOutYourPet.and you're entered.

The deadline is September 7th and the winner gets a $500 Target gift card. I wonder if that can use to pay down my data plan. Visit Honeywell on Facebook for official rules.

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