I'm going to invoke Kitty Priviledge, and repeat the opening of my last Fesitval Round-up:
Cat Blogs, and the Felines (and their Humans) who indulge in the pasttime, are a varied litter, and a worldwide fraternity that, I sometimes think, has little clue just how huge it might be, not to mention how important, and valuable a voice for, and resource, it is, and can be, on behalf of our species (New Cat Bloggers are born every month, it seems).
I have been online since my kitten days, in 1998, and a blogger since 2002, and even after discovering the Carnival of the Cats, and becoming a frequent host in 2007, I can still say that I have much to learn, and discover, about the Feline Blogging Community.
Regardless if you are new at it, or an old paw, like me, let the links below enlighten you about, and introduce you to, some of the finest blogging, of any type, to be found online today.
Let's get this show on the road!
Carnival of the Cats was running a tad late this weekend (Cats, like Humans, sometimes find themselves very busy with things other than blogging!), but it was well worth the wait!
If you want to learn how to submit a blog post, or host, go to the 1st link above, and look in the links on the left for info.
Friday Ark #274, hosted as usual by The Modulator, is this weekend and, as usual it's as entertaining, and varied, as visiting your local Zoo!
28 Cat Entries!
19 entries are for the Birds!
6 entries have gone to the Dogs!
8 other Vertebrate Critters represent, as do 5 Invertebrates!
Check them all out, and learn how to submit a blog post, here.
Weekend Cat Blogging has been silent the last 2 weeks, but I encourage you to find a way to support it in 2010.
I can now announce that I will be hosting 10 times throughout 2010, and am honored to do so!
You can learn about hosting, and submitting, at the home of Weekend Cat Blogging.
The Purrs and Purrayers Blog has long been a very special place, and every month links, and stories, that will touch the heart of any Cat, or Cat Lover, who checks them out, can be found there.
On the site you can learn how to request Purrs, and more.
As I said in the last round-up, Daddy and I, having seen dear ones off to Rainbow Bridge, ourselves, agree with the thoughts of one fan of this site who wrote that this "praying blog is a light in the blogosphere!"