Tabby's Place is a blog is about an amazing cage-free sanctuary that provides refuge to cats in hopeless situations. Most of the cats that stay here come from public shelters where they had once been scheduled for euthanasia. It's about a loving environment that serves as a hospice for some and hope through adoption for many others.
Bloggers Ted and Martha have been fostering abandoned kittens since 2005. Based in the Washington D.C. area, they offer a stepping-stone to adoption for kittens who are "unnamed little fledglings that can barely walk. They wobble around on toothpick legs, gain their strength and are sleek and strong when they leave, "ready to take on the world."
A Cat's Golden Yearshttp://acatsgoldenyears.blogspot.com/
This blog is devoted to 18 year old Miss Kitty. She lives a beautiful, quiet life. Her human father is a painter, creating gorgeous renditions of his celebrated feline. Told from Kitty's point of view, this blog is truly a tribute to cats in their "golden years."
This is a friendly blog with stories told from blogging cat Zoe's point of view. It's not all just cat fun here. Zoe has a fierce sense for animal advocacy. What can we do? we all can help: speak out; report animal abuse; appreciate wildlife; adopt a pet from a shelter or rescue and know how to take give your own pet the best care possible.
This is where cats unite online to share cat news, fun and resources. The call is out for every cat that has "noos" to send it in so the repurrters can post it daily. You can find out about auctions and events, join a purrs and purrayers list, just wish each other happy birthday or celebrate "Meow Like a Pirate Day!"
Now this is different: here you'll see 950 photos of cat ladders from all over the world that are truly astonishing. Winding, connecting, vertical don't- look- down mini steps for furry friends to transport themselves in their secret daily lives.
Cats in Crisishttp://www.catsincrisis.org/Blog.html
This blog is dedicated to the cause of helping people with the costs of veterinary treatment for their feline companions. It's a dedicated, non-profit group where you may donate to help the cause or find resources for feline medical treatment.
4 Your Catshttp://www.4yourcatshealth.com/
Blogger Laurie posts cat care articles such as: finding an alternative to declawing, how to take your cat's pulse, how to tell if your cats are playing or fighting and how to bathe your cat. And last but not least, you'll find a complete list of cat superstitions. Find out how to reverse the bad luck curse of a black cat crossing your path!
Coolest Cat Care Bloghttp://www.coolest-cat-care.com/index.html
This blog offers 101 cat care tips about cat illnesses and symptoms including the five cat health symptoms that could be silent warnings. You can view a video about the number of things that can poison or harm your feline, (it only takes two minutes). This is a general resource center devoted to cat care and health.
This is a multi-authored blog about this non profit organization dedicated to eradicating the prevalent myths surrounding black cats. They ask, "Did you know that black cats are the last to be chosen for a forever home from a shelter or litter?" Thus, their mission: to bring this awareness to the animal loving community.
Based in southern Utah, blogger Kate shares her fun and inspiring stories about her own cats writes to raise awareness for groups fighting to find "these gorgeous creatures homes." " I won't rest until every single homeless pet has a forever home," she says.
George Online Cathttp://george-online.blogspot.com/
George is a cat who blogs and is interested in human behavior. His topics include: "the use of claw and order, purring as a human reward, rubbing your human up the right way, when to bite, spraying as a method of making our wishes known, ignoring the human, human harassment, human inattention and sheer human stupidity."
Here is the place to get your baby kitten fix. You'll find photos ongoing newly rescued baby kittens and their new homes. Described as a blog for ultimate cat-lovers, you're heart will be stolen with one look at these adorable orphaned kittens who are rescued and then fostered.
Men and Catshttp://www.menandcats.com/ Men and Cats Janine email@example.com
This blog is full of photos of men and their cats, some famous and many, not so much. We're wondering, is there such a thing as a "cat man?"
Mod Cat Lovehttp://modcatlove.com/
Mod Cat Love was created by megan and corrinne -- two cat-obsessed friends who think it’s a shame that cat ladies get such a bad rap. "Not all cat ladies are crazy old spinsters with 20 cats and a closet full of horrible cat sweaters. many are young and hip, some are even dudes," they say.
My Cat Gomahttp://www.mycatgoma.com/
Living in Burlington, VT, Goma is the gorgeous Hymalayan you'll never forget. You can see him posing, looking just like a catepillar in his basket. Put a shirt on him, and his fan of fur looks just like a skirt, (although he's not the cheerleader type).
Natural Cat Care Bloghttp://www.naturalcatcareblog.com/
Bloger and author Liz posts articles such as: what to do if your cat goes missing and shares tips about your cat's skin condition. She asks and answers the question: do cats have healing powers? LIz says she is devoted to the health and happiness of you and your cat, and to the cause of preventing cancer in cats.
On All Fours Cat Sitting Bloghttp://www.newyorkcitycatsittingblog.com/
These professional cat sitters chronicle stories about the feline friends and clients they meet and the experiences they encounter working in Manhattan and Queens, N.Y. It's all about sharing their experiences from what they learn each day about cat behavior, their needs, remedies and just loving them on a daily basis. .