Litter-Robot Halloween Costume Contest

Contests, News & Press posted on November 01 2010 by

Announcing the Litter-Robot HALLOWEEN COSTUME CONTEST WINNER, Prissy! Contestants were to email us a picture of their pet dressed up for Halloween  for a chance to win a FREE Litter-Robot Halloween Edition BAT BOT! Jenna sent us this adorable picture of her kitten Prissy and our panel of eight judges chose this photo as our 1st Place Winner.

First Place Winner ‘Prissy’

Second Place 'The Atwood Family'

3rd Place 'Echo'

Runner Up 'Earl'

Runner Up Jack

Runner Up 'Edgar'

Runner Up 'Regis'







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