I try to educate people (and cats and other animals) about the Sphynx breed through my blog, so it means a lot of me to have been nominated. I hope I have shown people that Sphynx, although hairless and unique in many ways, are also very much like other cats!
Here are the rules
- If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to 5 blogs that make you think
- Link to this post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme
- Optional: Proudly display the 'Thinking Blogger Award' with a link to the post that you wrote (here is an alternative silver version if gold doesn't fit your blog). That was that! Please, remember to tag blogs with real merits, i.e. relative content, and above all - blogs that really get you thinking!
Cheysuli. Chey is a Siamese who has a lot to say. She is running for president and has a lot of views and opinions on many different issues. Her blog is one of the first cat blogs my mom read, and one of the reasons that my mom let me have a blog when I came to live with my humans.
Mélange. Gorgeous cats and beautiful photography are the highlights of this blog. She always has thoughtful reflections and appropriate quotes for each of her photos. I enjoy my visits here.
mw-artco. Her beautiful paintings and ACEO always inspire thought. I enjoy learning about the creative process through her blog. She also painted a beautiful portrait of Whiskers, the cat who owned my mom before me.
Millie. Millie has taught us about quilting, as her mom has been busy making "Bizzy for Gizzy" quilts to help pay for Gizzy's vet bills. Gizzy has sadly now gone to the Rainbow Bridge. Millie's story is an inspirational one, as she was rescued from the streets after being hit by a car, and now has a "bionic" leg.
Kaze. Kaze is a beautiful cat and a fellow frootbat. She reminds us that purring is important, and that play is as important as eating and sleeping. Her experiences with some mean humans (which I have also experienced) also remind us that "if you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all."