Today we’re celebrating 2 years online! We can’t believe how quickly time flies and all that we’ve achieved since 22 October 2013. Thanks to everyone who stops by our blog to read our posts or leave a comment – we appreciate your ongoing support and friendship.
Here are a few highlights from the last year:
- Welcoming Coco the kitten to our feline family in December.
- Celebrating Charlie, Max and Ava’s Gotcha Day in January.
- Amber’s interview as ‘Cat of the Week’ on Bionic Basil in March.
- Completing the A-Z Challenge during April. (Never again, though!)
- Going to BlogPaws Nashville in May and spending quality time with our cat (and dog) blogger friends.
- Mastering how to make homemade raw-food from scratch in August and seeing the difference in the health and wellbeing of our cats as a result.
- Our first guest post on PetPav.com, and interviews on Floppy Cats, and MouseBreath Magazine in September.
Five Most Popular Posts
As we celebrate our 2nd Blogoversary we also thought it would be interesting to share our five most popular blog posts over the past year. Some of them may surprise you.
This is our all-time most popular post! We guess there must be a lot of cats out there with saggy, hanging bellies just like Charlie who inspired this post way back in November 2013. PS. I’ll let Charlie keep his male pride intact and won’t share a photo here, but trust me – he wobbles when he runs!
If this post helps to break down the superstitions surrounding black cats and helps increase black cat adoption rates at rescue organisations then my job is done and I’m happy. 🙂
We released this recipe to celebrate Valentines Day 2014, and whilst we no longer feed our cats grains as part of their diet – this wholesome and homemade tuna treat recipe was a big hit. It’s super easy to make too.
From April 2015, this was a sponsored post for Royal Canin and has been immensely popular with new kitten owners. Of course, the cute kitten pictures of Coco, Ava and Amber help boost it’s popularity, I’m sure.
This is obviously a bigger issue for cat owners than I ever realised. Whilst simply ‘putting the lid down’ will stop your cat drinking from the toilet, understanding WHY is vital in providing fresh drinking water alternatives.
If you have a favourite from our blog posts over the last year, we’d love to hear it. As always, your feedback and comments are welcomed and very much appreciated.
Black cat image: woodleywonderworks via Flickr.