Hey Ho, Seville here, Seville the Cat. YOO-HOO! Remember me? Me, Seville? Remember how I was supposed to meet you here today? I’m here for my interview. Oohhh… A buffet table filled with the nip. I’ll just enjoy a little of this nip while I wait for Silver to arrive and ask me his questions.
- Silver enters holding his clipboard and iPawd computer *
Hello Seville the cat I, …………..
Oh hello there. Care for some nip? Not a lot left but let me tell you firstpaw, it was delicious…….
Er. right then let’s get this interview underway………. OH but before we do…
Congratulations to Seville for his nomination in the 2017 BlogPaws® Nose to Nose Awards
Where in the world are you, Seville the Cat?
Ummm.. Right here. I’m standing right here… OH! You mean, where do I live. I’m a Canadian kitty living in the beautiful countryside of the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada. *purrs*
What is your favourite part of running your blog?
Hmmm… I don’t really have a favourite part. I like it all! Although I do enjoy meeting cats and dogs and bunnies and peeps from all around the world. I enjoy that a lot. And I like going on adventures, too. Oohhh.. and I like speaking my mind. *purrs*
What kind of readership have you discovered enjoys your blog?
EVERYONE! Seriously, everyone. My blog is a cat blog ‘cause it’s written by me and I’m a cat. But it’s also a humorous blog ‘cause it’s funny. I’ve found that peeps from all around the world who have a good sense of humour, tend to enjoy my blog especially – but certainly not limited to – those who like cats. *purrs*
What are the joys and challenges of being a worldwide blogger?
But aren’t we all world-wide bloggers? I mean, isn’t that what the first two ‘w’s in our blog addresses stand for? World Wide Web? Is blogging not a world-wide thing by its very definition?
I will add, however, that being what some might term an ‘International’ blogger does have its perks and quirks and yes, I know that quirk is probably not the right word to use but it rhymes with perk so I’m going with it anyway.
Perkwise, I get to put a Canadian slant on stuff ‘cause you know, I’m a Canadian kitty. And it turns out that peeps worldwide, like hearing ‘bout Canada and Canadians and Canadian kitties, too.
Quirkwise, I have to struggle with UK, Canadian and US spellchecks always telling me I’m spelling stuff wrong. MOUSES! Also, as a Canadian kitty, I sometimes get left out of stuff and that’s not much fun at all. Kind of disappointing. Disappointing enough to make a kitty cry, for sure.
Will you suggest three of your favourite posts for our readers to discover more about you?
Three posts, huh? Okay…
The first post I selected was “operation FLEA.” Now this here particular post was actually written by my brother, Nissy, from whom I inherited the blog, Nerissa’s Life. Not many blogging kitties get to meet the Premier of their Province (kind of like the Governor of a State) but Nissy sure did! Well at least his plush him, did. *purrs*
The second post I chose was “Seville’s four-leaved clovers.” Nissy and I used to go on lots of adventures together and this is one of my favourites. Brings back lots of good memories, for sure. Now I go on time-travelling teleporation adventures with my sister, Mason, and sometimes, my pals Silver (that’s you) and Savvy. *purrs*
Lastly, I chose a post that was all ME. I wanted to pick one that was just me writing about stuff like I usually do. In my post, “why?” I discuss an issue of world-wide importance… Peeps scaring cats with fruits posing as vegetables. MOUSES!
Silver, you know what time it is in Canada? I told the peep I’d be home in time for supper and… Oh-oh, that’ll be her now on the phone. Gotta run! Chat soon! *purrs*
……. ginger tail vanished into the blogosphere……….
Marjorie is a motorbike riding blogger and award winning cat photographer who believes that everyone can shoot and edit wonderful pictures they love regardless of the camera they use.
She is a Professional member of the Cat Writers Association, Kuykendall Image Award winner and published photographer at the Guardian newspaper.