It's Cody and I wanted to tell you in case you missed it, that Mom was extremely flattered to have been interviewed by Dawn, from the great blog:
click HERE to visitIf you have never visited Dawn's blog (which if you haven't, you MUST), here is some info:
"I have been an animal lover all my life. Having many small pets when I was younger- hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, parakeets and fish, now I share my house with dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets. I work with pets in my job at a vet hospital. Past pet related jobs I have held are owner/operator of a grooming shop and customer service for an online pet retailer. Even my free time is taken up by pet-related past times- reading, training my dogs. They mean a lot to me. My plan for this blog is to share my love for animals with others!"Here is some info about Dawn's
Feline Friends from her blog
Tyke- a 14 year old domestic long hair. Tyke, along with his sister, was adopted from a shelter in Washington state when they were kittens. Sadly, Rowdy passed away a few years ago due to renal failure, but Tyke keeps truckin’ along, although he tends to spend more time watching the activity in the house rather than participating these days.
Omar- a 6 year old Domestic Long Hair. Omar was found literally laying in the middle of the road when I was out driving early one morning. We could never figure out why as he had no injuries and are sure it isn’t something a cat would do when it is 40 degrees out. I hadn’t planned on adding him to my crew, but we had no interest when we put a sign up at the vet hospital I worked in so eventually he found his way home with me.
Pyro- a 4 year old Siamese mix. Pyro was adopted from an animal shelter in Bucks County, PA. I saw him on Petfinder and knew I had to get him. Luckily, he was still there after a few days. Pyro is a very patient cat and I think he survived Malarky’s puppyhood better than the rest of us.
Bitsa- a 2 year old Domestic shorthair. Bitsa was found as a 2 week old kitten, screaming her head off on someone’s front lawn. Several adult cats were circling around and 2 of her littermates were dead nearby so I quickly picked her up. I was glad I did. Her one front foot was swollen, neucrotic and even had maggots (yes, very ewww). She would not have lasted much longer in the June heat with that injury. I thought she would need the leg amputated but the vet said no. A course of antibiotics took care of it. While she does have some deformities to the foot, they don’t affect her and even at 2 she still acts like the crazy kitten she is.
So, Mom was excited when Dawn contacted her and told her she was going to start featuring pet blogger interviews and was Mom interested in being the first blogger to be interviewed? Being the
Dawn is also enormously active in the BlogPaws online community and often unselfishly provides valuable information for all of us to help make our blogging lives easier! If you are a member of the BlogPaws community, send Dawn a friend request here. If you are a pet blogger and would like to be interviewed, contact Dawn there or on her blog!!
Thanks again Dawn, Mom was honored to be featured, but...you owe ME BIG TIME!!!! MOL!!