Welcome to a terrific Siamese cat blog for this week’s worldwide web interview. We have an Meezer focus, and as mum is a big Siamese fan, we are thrilled to add this interview to our roster of international stars.
Today we welcome two of the cats that give us much pleasure online, Kali and Shoko, Meezers at Large in one of our favourite countries – Canada. Welcome to spokescat Shoko who introduces The Canadian Cats…..
Where in the world are you?
What is your favourite part of creating your Siamese cat blog?
What kind of readership have you discovered enjoys your blog?
What are the joys and challenges of being a worldwide blogger?
The challenges of worldwide blogging were obvious right away. Mom knew little about a computer and even less about the programs. She had to find out how this here box thingie worked and then learn to take pictures, photo edit and generally familiarize herself with the everyday workings of life in Blogville. The joys were quick in coming. The first post we did and it turned up to be visible to others, was a cause for celebration. Then to find out three peeps actually were interested in what we had to say……well, you could have blown us away. The one thing we didn’t expect was the close-knit community we were joining. We now have friends from Hungary to The Hague. We have become very attached to both the peeps and the pets.
Will you suggest some of your favourite posts for our readers to discover more about you?
I would say to your readers, if you have the time read them all. See how mom has improved over the years. MOL She did her first post and then was so upset, she never posted again for 3 months.
Thank you Shoko for introducing our readers to your Siamese cat blog, we are big fans and hope our friends enjoy meeting you!
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.