It took us a while to get the hang of sharing our blog posts on social media. Every blog wants us to share its posts because our aim is to be read. We think impact is more important than numbers hence this blog post – Don’t Just Share.
Welcome to the first Mystery Quilt report, with a chance to show you our gorgeous blue fabrics. This time Mum is doing a ‘double’ sized quilt, not the single she did last year.
Meet Arthur, is is resident at Upper Hutt Animal Rescue, where Mum volunteers. We made a video to make Arthur more appealing – he is to be honest the most loving and wonderful boy ever, but FIV+ which worries people. We would have him tomorrow if it wasn’t that one or two of our cats would fight.
Welcome to the Cat Cafe, Parisian style, where you will meet and mingle with the local kitty residents at Cafe des Chats in rue Michel le Comte, in the 3rd Arrondissment of the world’s most beautiful city, Paris.
UPDATE Melba is Safe! The whole story was shared by Brian but briefly, there is a very frightened, dumped cat the lady cannot take in – she has seven of her own, hubby says no. The cat is terrified but knows she was being cared for after the lady found her. We are her only hope for survival.
Regular readers will remember us taking on senior cat Nemo, frail, paper thin and old. We had hoped to keep him for several months, not the several weeks we had but we invite you to smile along with our celebration of Nemo’s time here and the many things he taught us.
Most of our readers will know Boris Kitty and his work for One By One rescue, assisted by mum Kelly, who host the annual #SciFiPawty, the world’s only online science fiction pawty/convention for animals and their friends.
Summer is still hanging on here with warmth and showers! We have a big crop of tomatoes and some artichokes!
We want to express our thanks to the people who recommended a site for our recently departed Nemo. Even if you don’t have a kitty with a tender or irritable bowel you will know someone who does. Meet IBD Kitties!
Viewing other blogs covering everything from mompreneurs, faith, and ‘how to’ blog posts, we discovered a common thread of things that we believe every blogger should value, regardless of the blog’s subject matter.