Sunday, April 26, 2009

Here Kitty Kitty!

Daughter Becka, has caught the blogging bug and is publishing a site for cat lovers like herself. It's going to be filled with critical health information and her own real-life stories and photos.

She recently had a life-threatening issue with her dear furry friend, Carson, and tells the reader about it in her first post. It is, all at once, heart-wrenching, beautifully written, and informational.

Personally, I have already gained valuable information from her article, that may someday save my cat's life.

If you love your cat, I know you're going to love her site.

Visit Becka at A Moment's Paws and say "welcome to the community."

10 comments:

Joanne said...

I like the title of her blog and went over to visit. So glad Carson is feeling better!

Phyllis said...

It's wonderful to have daughters that enjoy blogging. My two daughters got me interested in blogging and helped create my blog, which I don't update too often, but it is fun. I love your blog. It's beautiful.

Lea and her Mustangs said...

Am happy Carson is feeling better. We are home and regrouping. Traveling with a 3 year old wasn't too bad and she loved being with her nana and Papa but was glad to see me mama when we got home. I am just looking foreward to my own bed.

Barbara said...

Joanne- Thanks for visiting Becka's new blog!

Barbara said...

Phyllis- I have two daughters who blog, too. It's nice to keep up with each other that way.

Barbara said...

Lea- We are very happy Carson is doing so well.

Glad you made your trip safely. Rest well.

suZen said...

What great inspiration you have given your daughter to start blogging! You just never know what an interesting path it can be, or where it might lead her.

Cindy said...

Becka has a great blog. I'm so glad that Carson is doing better.

Thanks for the visit to my blog and the nice comment.

Barbara said...

SuZen- Yes, I thrilled with Becka's blog and feel that she really does have something important to offer people with pets. I've already learned some things that my help my animals in the future.

Barbara said...

Cindy- Thanks so much for visiting Becka's blog!