Tell Us About Your Kitty for World Cat Day!

3 years ago

Cat lovers unite! (Dog lovers, go find something else to do.) Today is World Cat Day. Yes, a very real holiday, just like Christmas and Arbor Day.  We've rounded up some of our favourite cat blogs and social media accounts to help you celebrate. Join the party by telling us about YOUR kitty.

Image: Asobi Tsuchiya via Flickr

LOLCats

The grandcat of funny feline pictures on the Web.  It's a first stop for every cat lover.

Glogirly

Gorgeous photography meets funny stories in this blog about a girl and her two cats.

The Cat on My Head

8 cats.  Do I need to repeat that?  8 cats.

@mysadcat

Why is the cat sad?  So many reasons, including "life has given him many, many lemons & he cannot use them to make lemonade because he is a cat."  Sad kitties.

@catfoodbreath

Twitter account of the same-named cat blog.  42,000+ followers can't be wrong.

@RealGrumpyCat

Would a list be complete without a visit to Grumpy Cat?

Nothing But Kitty Cats

Facebook group's title says it all.  Join other cat lovers online.

I Love Funny Cats

A cat community on Facebook for people to share their silly cat pictures.

Cats Cats Cats

A Pinterest board with almost 150,000 pins.  Cuteness abounds.

Tell us about your favourite cat blogs and social media accounts.  Or better yet, tell us about your kitty!

Melissa writes Stirrup Queens and Lost and Found. Her novel about blogging is Life from Scratch.

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