1. Notice and Takedown Policy of Catzloverz Products

As a professional and reputable online store, catzloverz.com is fully committed to the twin issues of copyright and trademarks. In accordance, we have developed a robust Notice and Takedown Policy in order to protect the fundamental Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) of third parties as well as our own customers. It is our stated policy to respond to clear notices of alleged IPR infringement in a timely manner.

Intellectual property owners are ultimately responsible for protecting their own intellectual property, moreover catzloverz.com is not a legal expert in such IPR matters. Therefore we need your help to efficiently and expeditiously identify what you believe may be an alleged infringement (or infringements) of your IP rights. This page summarizes the information that should be presented in a Notice.

If you believe an intellectual property right has been violated on catzloverz.com, please submit a statement (notice) of the alleged IP infringement to us to include:

    1. The full name of the intellectual property right’s owner.
    2. Your own full name & the full name of the company you represent.
    3. Your full address (must include the City, State and Zip Code)
    4. Your contact email address & telephone number (along with international dialing code)
    5. A complete description of the alleged intellectual property right infringement.
    6. An explanation of the alleged infringement & its location on the catzloverz.com website.
    7. A full declaration that you believe in good faith and belief that an IPR has been violated.
    8. A full statement that the information provided in your Notice is true and correct.
    9. A clear and unequivocal declaration that you will fully indemnify catzloverz.com against any claims, losses, liabilities, costs, and expenses (including reasonable attorney’s fees) which catzloverz.com may incur in connection with the Notice.


Please submit all the related documents to: [email protected]


Any misrepresentations and/or inaccuracies, made willfully or as a result of negligence, in your Notice may potentially expose you to liability and damages. You must carefully consider relevant IP defenses, limitations or exceptions. You should consult an attorney for specific legal advice regarding policy details.