Alberto here. I’m hosting this linky party and since we are entering that magical time of Christmas, New Years, Hannakah and other holiday celebrations, I thought I should up my game as host. ‘Hope you like the top hat and collar.
As you know, we always start the Linky Party with three picks from our last party so here they are…enjoy.
Allow me to explain. The humans took a mini-vacation over Thanksgiving and went to visit their human and canine relatives. Evidently a good time was had by all and The Tribe of Five was well taken care of by a neighborhood cat sitter so all were happy. But I digress, the humans were talking about our canine relative Luigi, who evidently while quite handsome and lovable, has one tiny issue….he smells. We felines have no concept of what this means but evidently this is an issue with some canines as evidenced by the article. So, in honor of our cousin Luigi, I present this information and hope that it will help all who read it.
I am a fan of the conversations between Bear and his human. So often, information and subjects that are of interest and importance to humans and felines who share life is highlighted in the talks they have.
This post covered topics very near and dear to my heart. Why do the humans need to be friendly and loving toward random felines that show up on our front porch, sit in our garden or come to the downstairs patio? Isn’t their job to keep their own felines healthy, happy and well fed? Bear addresses this with his human and reminds her that we felines are not big fans of sharing, with other cats outside our tribe or even with the humans (when we are snuggled in our favorite piece of furniture it is downright rude for the humans to insinuate themselves in our space.)
And finally, Bear deals with an important issue head on. You humans have been shaming felines on social media for quite a while and finally,Bear turns the tables. This is what happens when you allow your felines to have their own social media platform.
Deal with it.
Reggie was a stray, didn’t know how to live inside and the humans he chose thought this was not the time for a pet but,. well, you know how charming we felines can be. Long story short, after some adjustment time, Reggie has settled in very well. Under “hobbies” Reggie’s human listed “sleeping (sometimes he snores)”.
I love that Reggie’s human is sharing his journey with us and it serves as a good reminder that the dirty, frightened and timid cat who comes to your house can be a playful, loving, happy furry family member, just like Reggie.Oh, and I must comment on the uncanny resemblance between Reggie and our own Oliver! Welcome to the world of pampered felines Reggie!
Welcome to the Pet Blogger Showcase!
This is the place for you to show off your favorite family friendly pet related posts, find other great posts to read, show some love to other bloggers and maybe be featured on one of the host blogs!
Meet the Hosts Behind the Showcase
Pet Faves– Living the pet lover lifestyle
Heart Like A Dog– The good, the bad, and the Oh My God of living with dogs
Felines Opines– The world from a feline point of view
Momma Kat and Her Bear Cat– The humorous and touching tales of a formerly homeless, yet always extraordinary, feline and his Momma, who’s just along for the ride.
About the Pet Blogger Showcase
Twice a month, On the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, you have the chance to link up one of your blog posts to the linky party link-up. Then visit 3 other blogs that joined the party and leave a meaningful comment. Feel free to share with your followers on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, etc. Then each week the hosts will feature their favorite 3 posts from the previous Linky Party on the new party post.
Pet Blogger Showcase Rules
- Share a pet specific post, past or present, from your blog in the linky below (be sure to link to your post page and not your home page). Family friendly posts only. (We love reading about other topics and niches, but posts that are not pet related will be deleted this includes any posts that don’t mention pets even if they are on a pet blog or if the post could pertain to pets.)
- Spread the Love! Leave a quality comment(more than just a few words) on at least 3 other posts from the linky party. Tell them why you love their post, encourage them, share on social media.
- Check back for the next linky party to see if you are featured on one of the hosts’ blogs.
*Note: By adding your post to the linky party you are giving the hosts permission to use an image from your post if your post will be a featured post on their blog to help encourage people to click through to your post. The image may be used individually or as a collage.
That’s it! No need to RSVP. No need to bring a covered dish. No need to add the linky to your post. No need to include a button. Just come join the party and PAWTY ON!
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