Product Review


It’s a known fact that kitties like to chase that little red dot. And it is pretty certain that none of us get to do it for as long as we’d like. The humans’ arms always wear out before we do. If you live in a multi-cat home, you probably have some competitors as well when you are on the hunt.

frolicatmultilaserPetSafe has eliminated all those problems with their FroliCat Multi Laser Toy. You may be familiar with FroliCat’s Bolt. It has one automatically-generated, random-patterned, red laser beam. Kitties Blue have worn out two of those! So, imagine our delight when we were asked if we’d like to try the Multi Laser Toy.

The Multi Laser Toy has two active lasers that rotate in a 360-degree, wobbly pattern. After each movement, the lasers remain motionless for a second or two before moving again. This means that if you’re fast, you can actually catch one of those dots. Mom says she likes this a lot. She knows that chasing the dot is just one part of our instinct to chase/catch/kill.

The Multi Laser requires three AA batteries. It operates for 15 minutes and then shuts off automatically.

The product claims that its wide-base helps prevent tipping. The manufacturer hadn’t tested it with Cooper Murphy. When he wants to play, he goes to the foyer (where the toy is set up) and knocks it over. He knows that when Mom hears it fall over, she’ll turn it on for him.

Mom tried to get decent video or photos of some of us playing. The video, featuring Cooper Murphy, is a bit of a bust, but here it is if you’d like to watch. You can see the dots darting around.



And here are the less than spectacular photos.






Regardless of our human’s ineptitude with taking videos and photos, we have all played with the FroliCat Multi Laser Toy several times each day since receiving it and give it a 32 paws-up rating. Thank you PetSafe for providing Kitties Blue with another fun toy.

We are giving away one PetSafe FrolicCat Multi Laser Toy to a reader. To have the opportunity to win, please leave a comment on this post prior to next Monday, March 13, at 5 p.m. ET. Winner will be selected using and announced the following day.

Disclosure: Kitties Blue received two PetSafe FroliCat Multi Laser Toys free of charge—one to test and review and one to give away to a reader. We were not financially compensated for this post. The opinions are completely those of Kitties Blue and their human based on our experiences.

Purrs and paw-pats, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy




Thoroughly Poetic and Thankful Thursday

Our poem today for Angel Sammy’s poetical Thursday is or entry into Brian’s Thankful Thursday blog hop as well. Our poem also is a review for a great new product, the PetSafe FroliCat Fox Den. This week’s prompt letter is “K.”


Kitties Just Like to Have Fun

Kitties are fun; they love to play
And kick up their paws all day,
Until they fall over for a long nap,
Probably in their human’s lap.
It’s fun to play with another cat’s tail
But with a claw the player might be impaled.
So a faux tail created as a toy
Is a unique thing any kitty would enjoy.
The Fox Den toy from FroliCat
Offers a darting tail for a cat to bat.
Just turn it on and watch the action;
It is definitely a cat attraction.
Kitties Blue are such lucky kitties
To receive this PetSafe FroliCat giftie.
They only need to give it a fair review
Then give a Fox Den to one of you.
Leave a comment for a chance to win.
Your kitty will play with it again and again.

© Janet Buickerood Blue 02/22/2017

Still being a kitten and full of energy, Cooper Murphy has been enjoying the FroliCat Fox Den more than the others. And it does keep him from attacking the tails of his fursibs.


FrolicCat Fox Den

Astrid, Cooper Murphy and Calista Jo


The fox tail moves in and out of the den as well as back and forth to attract and keep your cat’s attention.

We first set up the Fox Den in the kitchen on the tile floor but have since moved it to carpet. Cooper Murphy caught his claw in the tail and managed to flip over the Fox Den one time and drag it across the floor another. On the carpet, it stays put. (All photos show it on the tile.)


FroliCat Fox Den


The Fox Den requires three AA batteries. It has a flat integrated button on the side to turn on the toy. When pressed quickly, the unit will start a ten-minute play session.

Though PetSafe recommends that cats be supervised when playing with all toys, the FroliCat Fox Den does have a Play-All-Day mode. When in this mode, the toy will turn on for ten minutes then rest for two hours prior to turning on again. This mode lasts for six-and-one-half hours. During this time, a motion sensor is also on. Should a cat walk within three to four feet of the front of the toy, it will turn on for a two-minute play session. The Fox Den may be turned off anytime during the Play-All-Day mode.

The Kitties have not tried the Play-All-Day mode as Dad Tom and I have been home and able to turn on the Fox Den whenever one of Kitties Blue (usually Cooper Murphy) shows an interest.


FroliCat Fox Den


Kitties Blue, especially the youngsters, give a paws-up recommendation for this fun toy.

As stated in the poem, we are giving away one PetSafe FrolicCat Fox Den to a reader. To have the opportunity to win, please leave a comment on this post prior to next Wednesday, March 1, at 5 p.m. EST. Winner will be announced the following day.

We have another fun toy from PetSafe FrolicCat, which we will be reviewing and giving away next week.

Disclosure: Kitties Blue received two PetSafe FroliCat Fox Dens free of charge—one to test and review and one to give away to a reader. We were not financially compensated for this post. The opinions are completely my own and those of Kitties Blue based on our experiences.

To see Angel Sammy’s “K” poem and find links to other poems, click on his badge. To visit and add your link to Brian’s Thankful Thursday blog hop, click on his badge.

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Thoroughly Poetic Thursday – A Sheba® Review


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Today is Sammy’s (onespoiledcat) Thoroughly Poetic Thursday, and the prompt letter for our poems this week is “Q.”  As we had a review to do for some newer foods from Sheba®, we decided to combine our poem and review with a new poem, entitled, “The Quest.”


The Quest

The Quest for yummy noms #1.When on a quest for yummy noms,
New food we often get to test.
Some of these can sure be bombs,
While others can outshine the rest.

Sheba® sent food and treats to try:
Perfect Portions and Meaty Sticks.
We loved them both, we cannot lie
And ate them all up super quick.

Our mom was surprised and amazed
When she saw the food was a stew,
As by this type we’re rarely phased.
If not pate, we’re unenthused.

The Meaty Tender Sticks were a treat
With no fake flavors or colors
Corn, soy or wheat, just yummy real meat.
This kind of thing pleases mothers.

Kitties Blue give Sheba® an A + grade.
We hope our folks buy it at the store.
We think it’s some of the best food made
And are certain…we want some more!

We tested the Perfect Portions Savory Salmon and Chicken Entrée Cuts in Gravy. We are huge fans of salmon, which Mom is certain had something to do with our lapping up these noms.

Ingredients for the Salmon and Chicken Entrée:

Chicken Broth, Salmon, Chicken, Chicken Liver, Meat By-Products, Poultry By-Products, Tapioca Starch, Minerals (Potassium Chloride, Magnesium Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Iron Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Potassium Iodide, Copper Sulfate), Natural Flavor, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Added Color, Fish Oil (Preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), Xanthan Gum, Vitamins (Choline Chloride, Thiamine Mononitrate [Vitamin B1], Vitamin E Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride [Vitamin B6], Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex [Source of Vitamin K Activity]), Salt, Taurine, DL-Methionine

The Perfect Portions Cuts come in six different flavors offering something for every kitty.


The Quest for yummy noms #2.


The Meaty Tender Sticks we tested were the turkey flavor.  They come in a five pack with each stick individually wrapped for freshness. They are soft and easy to break into bite-sized pieces; though, Astrid thought they were just fine in stick form.

The ingredients in those are:

Turkey, Pork, Pork Liver, Chicken, Pork Skin, Brewers Dried Yeast, Sugar, Animal Plasma, Salt, Yeast Extract, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Lactic Acid, Potassium Sorbate (A Preservative), Glycine, Calcium Lactate, Taurine, Rosemary Extract, Sodium Ascorbate (A Preservative), Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin E Supplement

The Meaty Tender Sticks also are available in six flavors as well as in 11 stick multi-packs in chicken and salmon flavors.

Both products are available from traditional retailers, on-line retailers and pet stores nationwide.

Disclaimer: We received one two-pack of Perfect Portions and one packet of Meaty Tender Treats directly from Sheba® for our fair and honest review. The opinions are strictly those of Kitties Blue based on their taste test.



While attending the BlogPaws Conference in Phoenix, I stopped by the Rocco and Roxie display to see what they had to offer. They make an excellent stain and odor eliminator, which I use. I discovered that they also make Jerky Sticks treats. The sticks are made for dogs, but I was told cats could eat them as well. Unfortunately, this is not the case as they contain garlic powder.

As Kitties Blue couldn’t enjoy the Jerky Treats, I passed them on to my friend who lives with Maggie, a Jack Russell Terrier. I asked my friend to let me know if Maggie liked the treats.

I received these photos and a four paws up review from Maggie.


Maggie taste tests Rocco and Roxie Jerky Sticks


This being Sammy’s (onespoiledcat) Thoroughly Poetic Thursday, with a prompt letterer of “J”, I decided to represent Maggie’s feelings about Jerky Sticks in a poem. I sure hope Maggie doesn’t mind.

Jerky Sticks Make Me Happy

Rocco and Roxie make nommy treats.
They are super yummy and easy to eat.
I can even hold them between my feets.
Then eat and eat and repeat.

The Jerky Sticks are made of meat.
They have no corn, soy or wheat.
The Jerky Sticks make a marvelous feast.
Rocco & Roxie Jerky Sticks can’t be beat.

Hooray for Rocco and Roxie Jerky Sticks treats.

The seven-inch long Jerky Sticks are made in the USA from all-American meat and come in 16 ounce bags. The sticks have a soft texture. They are high in protein, low in calories and are gluten free. Being gluten free was a big deal for Maggie’s human sister. With celiac disease, she is very careful to stay away from all gluten. She was excited that she could actually give the Jerky Sticks to Maggie with no fear of touching them.

You can purchase Rocco and Roxie Jerky Sticks from and Amazon.

Astrid and Lisbeth asked me to thank everyone for their kind birthday wishes. They will be back tomorrow to share additional cards and let you know about their gift. We also will participate in the Friendly Fill-ins blog hop.



The internet abounds with DIY projects to create cool things for your cat. If you’re anything like me and the project requires a saw, drill, screws or nails you are never even going to attempt it.

Today, I have a project for you that you can complete in just a few minutes without any special tools.* This project is so easy you can do it with your kids. All you need is a t-shirt and a cardboard box. You know anything made from a box is going to make your kitty happy.


Kitties Blue check out Cat Cave DIY Project.


Any t-shirt can be used to complete your project. The t-shirt I used was supplied by Tipsy Elves. This t-shirt is 50/50 poly/cotton and machine washable.


DIY Project: Cat Cave from Tipsy Elves


Tipsy Elves, creates clothes and accessories to make you smile! Their collections of award winning ugly Christmas sweaters, American flag clothing and collegiate apparel are unique. And right now, you can take advantage of a 50 percent off sale of select items through May 30.

Tipsy Elves strives to embody the fun holiday spirit no matter the month. While America searches for its next president and is bombarded by interminably unpleasant political headlines, Tipsy Elves decided to launch a new initiative called #CatsForFreedom. The idea is to bring good vibes, fun times and “paws-itivity” back to the blogosphere as well as raise money for the San Diego Humane Society. AND Tipsy Elves is donating 10% of all orders to them until May 31 when you use the checkout code ‘CATS’.

Tipsy Elves believes our feline friends are frisky enough to captivate the internet with enough fervor to replace the unpleasant political headlines.

Here’s a link ( where you can find a super cute video with the simple instructions for creating a Cat Cave for your furry friend.

As you can see it didn’t take the Kitties Blue gang anytime at all to start checking out their new cave. In fact, Mauricio almost immediately climbed in and settled down for a nice long nap.

I have three things I love about this DIY project/creation:

  1. It takes only a few minutes to assemble and requires no tools.
  2. If you have a box shredder in the family, as we do with Astrid, all of those itty-bitty pieces of cardboard remain inside the box and shirt.
  3. When the t-shirt gets dirty or super furry, it can be taken off the box and thrown in the wash.

Think about taking advantage of the current sale at Tipsy Elves and help the San Diego Humane Society at the some time.

Disclaimer: Tipsy Elves gave me the t-shirt free of charge to complete the Cat Cave project. No additional remuneration was provided. All opinions expressed are entirely my own and those of Kitties Blue.

* My completed cube looks a bit wonky as the box I used was oblong.


Week One: Dr. Elsey’s Cat Attract and ökocat

Today Kitties Blue and I embark on a new series to appear on either Friday or Monday for the next several weeks.

If you have followed us for any length of time, you know that I am obsessed with finding just the right litter on which all the kitties, their dad, and I can agree. I know as a cat guardian this dusty, messy stuff is an evil necessity. And with eight kitties, many litter boxes are required as well. We have seven. They all prefer the same two.

Our current, primary litter is Dr. Elsey’s Cat Attract. We have been using this for at least a couple of years. The kitties are happy with it, and I like that it is fairly low in dust. But when peed on it turns into cement and glues itself to the bottom of the litter box. If you have one or more kitties who like to pee in the corners, as we do, you need to call in the Incredible Hulk to scrape it out.

We currently are using four or five different litters. I honestly am having trouble keeping track. Just as some kitties are picky about what food they’ll eat, several of ours are just as picky about litter. Anytime I have the opportunity to try a new litter and review it, I do so.

Last year I spent quite a bit of time speaking to the representative from ökocat at the BlogPaws conference. I was impressed with the natural wood litter. When one of our affiliates, Propel Communications, gave us the opportunity to try it, I selected the ökocat Clumping Litter and the litter for Long-Haired Cats.

This post will cover the clumping litter. According to ökocat the benefits of their product are:

  • Controls odors for 7 days
  • Absorbs 500% of its weight in moisture
  • Coniferous wood (pine) fights bacterial growth
  • Free of harmful chemicals & synthetic scents
  • Offers little to no airborne dust to bother allergies

The litter is biodegradable and flushable. Even when a litter claims to be flushable, I just won’t flush it. I know this would be better for our environment, but I am afraid of clogging the plumbing. The biodegradability appears to be true, as any damp litter tracked outside the box usually turned to mush on the floor. I found that our users seemed to throw less litter out of the box when covering, but did track more when leaving the box.

Misty May was the only cat to use the litter with any regularity. Calista Jo and Lily Olivia were occasional users. I would have loved for every kitty to find this litter to their liking as it is unscented, made from a natural product and did control odor quite well, but alas that was not the case. Regardless, if you are looking for a new litter, I recommend you give it a try. If you do, and decide to flush it, please let me know how that goes. If anyone is already using ökocat, I would be interested in hearing about your and your cat(s) experiences with it.

Book Winner

I am pleased to announce the winner of a copy of the book, The True Tails of Baker and Taylor by Jan Louch with Lisa Rogak: Congratulations to Wally, Ernie, Zoey and Mom Sue of The Island Cats. For those of you who didn’t win, I recommend this book as one you’ll want to read and add to your collection.

Thank You

Fiona asked me to convey her appreciation for all the kind and encouraging comments in reply to her post yesterday: Weight Up & Numbers Down. Fiona, as well as her dad and I, are so pleased with her progress. We know the purrs, prayers and POTP so many of you have sent us are part of the reason for her improvement. Please keep them coming. I really want our sweet girl to have many more years with us.




Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. As members of the Blogger Outreach Program we received one free, 6 oz. package of Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost Mixers in exchange for our fair and honest review. We received no monetary compensation. The opinions expressed are those of Kitties Blue and The Cat on My Head blog.

We eagerly await mealtimes with all attention on Mom or Dad as they dish up our food. We had no idea on this particular evening that she was adding an extra treat for us: Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost Mixers in nommy chicken flavor. These are little nuggets of all-natural, grain-free, freeze-dried, raw yumminess.

Though the packaging suggests topping kibble with these, Mom added the mixers to our stinky goodness for individual taste testing. She’s also sprinkled them atop kibble and used them as treats. We like them no matter how she serves them!


Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Boost MixersAstrid and Lily try Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Boost Mixers


Key Benefits

Nature’s Variety lists the following as benefits of the Instincts Raw Boost Mixers:

  • Great topper for kibble
  • High quality, raw nutrition in a convenient and easy-to-serve form
  • Pure protein for lean muscles and strong bones
  • Natural ingredients for optimal nutrient absorption
  • Nutritious oils for healthy skin and coat
  • Freeze dried and all-natural for an irresistible taste
  • Grain-free and gluten-free
  • No artificial colors or preservatives


Listed Ingredients

Chicken (including ground chicken bone), turkey, turkey liver, turkey heart, pumpkin seeds, carrots, apples, butternut squash, ground flaxseed, montmorillonite clay, dried kelp, broccoli, apple cider vinegar, salmon oil, mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract, blueberries, dried chicory root

Nature’s Variety states: Instinct Raw Boost provides pure animal protein for lean muscles and strong bones, natural ingredients for optimal nutrient absorption, and nutritious oils for healthy skin and coat – all in a convenient, safe and delicious form your cat will love.

Mom wasn’t too sure about the ingredient montmorillonite clay. She Googled it and found this on Wikipedia: Montmorillonite clay is added to some dog and cat foods as an anti-caking agent and because it may provide some resistance to environmental toxins, though research on the subject is not yet conclusive. The same Wikipedia article stated: Sodium montmorillonite is also used as the base of some cat litter products, due to its absorbent and clumping properties. She suspects that this is what is used for the “optimal nutrient absorption.” Regardless, she is not sure about this one ingredient. She is going to check with our vet, Dr. Neel, about it prior to giving us any additional mixers.

Most of us found these to be delicious, and Mom knows would not send us products that are bad for us. She just wants to be extra careful, especially with Fiona due to her CKD.

These Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost Mixers are available for $11.99 from, which offers free shipping on all orders over $49.

Finally, we want to thank and Sydney from the Blogger Outreach Program for the opportunity to try new products and report our findings to our readers.

Purrs and paw-pats, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth ad Calista Jo

cats on the jobp.s. If you haven’t entered our giveaway for a copy of Lisa Rogak’s book, Cats on the Job, click here to read Mom’s review and leave a comment. You have until Sunday, February 28, at 5 p.m. ET to do so.









quick bath review

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. We received these products from International Veterinary Sciences free of charge for our fair and honest review. We were not compensated monetarily for this review. All opinions are solely those of The Cat on My Head

As a VIP paw-tner of the pet-loving Propel Communications team, we receive cat-related items to test and review. In December we received two packs of Quick Bath® for Cats and one of Tushee Wipes from International Veterinary Sciences. At the time I didn’t know how handy they would prove to be.

Quick Bath is available for dogs (large and small) and cats. The wipes are formulated to conveniently and safely remove bacteria and odors from your pet’s skin, coat and paws.  They contain vitamins A and E as well as soothing Aloe Vera to promote healthy skin and coat while leaving your pet clean and shiny. Quick Bath wipes are pH neutral and alcohol free. The pre-moistened wipes come in packs of ten. The five by ten inch rectangles are extra thick and heavy duty. They come in five by ten inch rectangles and can be warmed in the microwave.

According to the packaging, uses for Quick Bath include:

  • Anytime your pet needs cleaning and you are short on time.
  • Control pet odor by removing germs.
  • Wipe down pets before they come indoors from dusty, wet or muddy conditions.
  • Use prior to and after brushing to remove loose dirt and hair.
  • Use when the weather is too cold to bathe your pet.
  • Use on pets that have sensitive skin.
  • Wipe off excess drool or slobber.
  • Clean paws, nose and ears.
  • Convenient to use when traveling, hiking, camping, boating and other outings.
  • Great help for Senior Citizens.
    Since Fiona was diagnosed with CKD, Quick Bath has become a most helpful product. As stated above, Quick Bath can be used to wipe off excess drool and slobber, which in Fiona’s case, includes Maalox and liquid vitamins. Fiona absolutely hates receiving these two medications. She spits out more than she actually swallows. What doesn’t land on the walls or her dad and me leaves her face covered in these thick, gooey concoctions. After using paper towels to clean her up with little success, I decided to try the Quick Bath wipes. They have been the perfect solution to removing the mess completely and leaving her fur not only clean but soft and shiny. Dry skin accompanies CKD, and the ingredients in Quick Bath have helped to alleviate this problem as well.

    I found Quick Bath available from a few different online retailers at various prices. At this time, they are on sale at EntirelyPets for $2.99. I definitely will be purchasing several packs.
    I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to try this product and highly recommend it for any of the uses listed above.
    I have not had the need or opportunity to use the Tushee Wipes® and will review those in a later post.



    Disclaimer: Kitties Blue received the Armarkat® Classic Cat Tree B2501 tower/scratcher featured in this post free from Chewy as part of their Blogger Outreach Program in return for our fair and honest review.


    I am a big fan of Armarkat® products. When Chewy offered this 30-inch cat tree as one of their December products for review, I requested it immediately. I let Sydney at Chewy know Kitties Blue would try it out for a review, but my plan was to include it in our gifts to our local (Roanoke, VA), no-kill shelter, Angels of Assisi, for Lola and Lexy‘s Christmas Shelter Project.

    I had no doubt the kitties would like this. They were on the little tree the moment their dad finished putting it together. Astrid, however, had to check out the box, and Mauricio had to mark it. They are kitties after all.


    Armarkat cat tree review for Chewy

    Kitties Blue review Armarkat for Chewy


    I like Armarkat® products as they are easy to assemble, super sturdy and long lasting. The kitties have one of their larger tower/scratchers on the catio. It is the second of the same tree Kitties Blue have enjoyed using for years.

    This small tree currently is on sale at Chewy for $42.99. The normal retail is $48. Add a couple bags of treats or a cat toy to your order to bring the total to $49, and Chewy will ship for free! Chewy provides one-stop shopping for all your cat needs.

    Now that Kitties Blue have put their paw stamps of approval on Armarkat’s® small tree, we will pack it up for Angels of Assisi. We will share additional photos from there when we make our delivery of goodies.

    Kitties Blue offer their sincere thanks to Chewy for giving them the opportunity to try out the Armarkat® Classic Cat Tree.



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    GoPets Self-cleaning Brush

    GoPets Brush Product Review

    A short time ago we were contacted by GoPets and asked if we could mention the company on our blog. No review was necessary, but they offered to send us a free product. What they sent was their slicker brush. The packaging reads, “Works better than a porcupine.” Not having used a porcupine for brushing any of the kitties, I cannot attest to this.

    I can confirm that this brush works quite well even on floofy Giulietta. And best of all, she likes it. After I brush one side she will turn over so I can do the other side or her tummy. And here’s the proof…Giulietta floof!

    Giulietta floof in GoPets brush

    So, you are most likely wondering what makes this brush different or better than the one you are using now. It is SELF-CLEANING!

    Cleaning GoPets brush

    Cleaning is accomplished by retracting the bristles with the simple push of the button atop the brush. Hold it over the trash and wipe the fur from the surface with one swipe. The retractable bristles also make for easy storage.

    The brush is large (almost four inches across) with 672 bristles that are not as stiff as those on other slicker brushes. It is designed for both short and long-haired cats as well as dogs.

    A plus for me was the non-slip, silicone, gel-filled handle. The handle conforms to the hand making it comfortable for an extended brushing session or brushing many cats in succession.

    GoPets was founded by a group of pet owners. They believe in their products and use them with their own pets. GoPets has been in business for more than 25 years.

    GoPets offers a 100% Unconditional Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied with your brush, GoPets will replace it or issue a full refund.

    Finally, by purchasing GoPets products you are helping other animals. GoPets donates 10% of all profits to animal charities, no-kill shelters and animal rescues.

    The GoPets brush is available from Amazon for $29.99, but when I checked was $17.99 on a special offer.

    To find out about the other products available from GoPets, click on their link in the first paragraph.

    Comment-a-thon at The Purrfect Pad

    Our dear friends, Purrince Siddhartha Henry and LadyMum Sherri-Ellen are having a comment-a-thon on their blog in honor of Siddhartha’s first Gotcha Day. A total of 75 cents (from Sherri-Ellen and two others), for each comment left on the blog or Facebook through Sunday evening, will be donated to Feral Cat Rescue to help save 40 abandoned cats. To leave your comment, click on the link above.

    A GoFundMe page also has been created. If you would like to make a direct donation, click here.

    See you tomorrow for Athena and Marie’s Caturday Art Blog Hop.