About Pet Blogs United

Pet Blogs United aims to support our fellow pet bloggers by encouraging members to visit other members and leave comments. It’s a great way to find great blogs & new friends.

Pet bloggers are some of the kindest people we’ve come across, so we know that with your help, this site will become a great place for everyone.
We will have a featured blogger every week once we get going and that person will hopefully be showered with comments from our members.

To be a PBU featured blogger, first become a follower through Google Friend Connect (juct click the follow button you always see). Then just send an e-mail to Pet Blogs United. We'll contact you, have you pick some of your favorite posts and feature you when your turn comes up on the list. Pet Blogs United will only feature blogs about, by or for pets & animals.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Savannah's Paw Tracks ~ New Blogger Alert

This week you get to meet that wonderful Savannah of Savannah's Paw Tracks.  She's a great addition to Blogville.

Ok, so this is to tell you about me...Savannah I am a 5 year old Russian Blue Cat, with totally darling white markings! No, seriously, they are really, really special! I have really cool white markings on my front paws...sort of a French mani look, if you know what I mean?...Like, both front paws have really cute white tips.

My back paws have pawsome white socks! Neat, huh?! Oh, and there is more...I have this very nice large white bib under my chin, on my neck...very striking if I must say! And then, I have these two fab diamond shape white markings on my tummy. Nice!

Oh, I was rescued by my Dad and Mom...well...at least they adopted me from Contra Costa Humane Society's Kitty Corner where I was living with my roomies...we were all adult cats, and some of us had special needs, like Barney who only had 3 legs and Chloe who has stomatitis. It’s a really great place...waaayyyy better than the county shelter where I was almost...well err, umm…you know...

Finally, I am working on both my fitness and mental recovery...I am sort'a like an adult survivor of trauma, both kitten hood trauma and trauma from when I was stray and abused and stuff. That's it. Catch'ya on my blog...hope you like it enough to follow me along on my journey.


Great question! I decided I had a story to tell so I asked for the blog and a Twitter account…of course Mom and Dad said YES!

So here is part of my Mission Statement (Mom made me write one)
“I just hope my life experiences, and those I can share about some of my former roomies and other guests at Kitty Corner, will give you a moment to pause and think before you grab up that darling kitten…and please consider how much a cat, out of “kitten hood”, can give you…easily as much, or even different, joy and pleasure.”

I have more in my mission statement, but I think this is enough. Well, I guess I would also say I blog so peeps can understand how much we need their help if we are adopted as adults because we have had so many more life experiences than kittens…most of us have some mental baggage you know. But, we really are worthwhile saving.

Please take a minute to visit Savannah & welcome her to the world of blogging.

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Max the Quilt Cat said...

Just went over to meet Savannah... Thanks for the introduction.

pawhugs, Max

Shelle Pennington said...

Thanks for the introduction. We sure like meeting the kittehs... we don't have many kitteh friends.

Shelle, Milo, Dixie and Newby,

savannahspawtracks.com said...

Oh my cat! Thanks so much Pam and Oskar! I could use more furriends for sure, but just getting to be on your blog is pawsome! Paw pats, Savannah

Mariodacat said...

Hi Oskar - I already know Savannah - and she's awesome.

~*Connie*~ said...

What a wonderful mission statement!!

Sheba. said...

Hi Savanannah. I just popped over to your blog great photos thanks for sharing.

Our cat Cody says cat's rule & dogs drool is that true.

meowmeowmans said...

Hiya Savannah! It's very nice to meet you. We're so glad you were gotcha'd by your Mom and Dad. :)

puppy potty said...

Great article with excellent idea! I appreciate your post. Thanks so much and let keep on sharing your stuffs keep it up.

Carolyn said...

We've already met Savannah and she is great :)

Brian said...

We know Savannah too, in fact I just came from there. She is a great one!

Two French Bulldogs said...

Hi there Savannah
Benny & Lily

chicamom85 said...

What a nice story, now I am off to meet Savannah. Thank you Oskar.

Loveys Sasha

chancythegardner said...

We met Savannah the other day and what a sweetie she is. We enjoyed reading what you said about her. Hugs and nose kisses

www.shelter-cats.com said...

Hi Savannah. So glad you were rescued!
Kitten season at shelters is hard on the adult cats.

Hannah and Lucy said...

Hello there Savannah we are delighted to meet you and to find out that you were rescued - we were rescued too. It looks as though you have a great family and we look forward to seeing you on the CB soon.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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