As I mentioned last week, the Pettie Awards are just around the corner and I'd love your nomination for Funniest Blog. I am incredibly lucky to be a part of a talented, tight-knit community of pet bloggers. You can understand why it becomes difficult choosing which to support during the pet blog awards season (sounds fancy, doesn't it?).
Instead, I choose to tell you a little about each of them (at least the ones I noticed are campaigning for nominations, or have asked for my support). Truly, I find each of them informative, entertaining, captivating and would whole-heartedly recommend any for one or more nominations. And I'm not just saying that to be a complete suck-up.
So without further ado, here are some of the outstanding blogs worthy of a Dogtime Pettie Award, recognizing excellence in pet blogging. Thank you for supporting our fantastically diverse and talented pet blogging community!
Please note any of these blogs could fall into multiple categories, so please click on their links and nominate them in any and all categories you find appropriate!
Best Pet Blog:
Your Daily Cute:
As the title suggests, a daily super-powered injection of disgustingly cute animal goodness.
Best Cat Blog:
The Tiniest Tiger:
Gracey the cat informs readers about conservation and encourages the love and careful care of all cats, big and small.
Paws and Effect:
A unique weekly advice column written by three wise felines, this site aims to educate humans about cat health and behavior issues.
Sparkle the Designer Cat:
In addition to her busy schedule as a fashionable feline supermodel, Sparkle is an accomplished cat-to-cat advice columnist and award-winning author.
Catsparella is the go-to blog for cat culture. You'll find products, celebrity gossip, exclusive interviews and more on this fun site.
The Conscious Cat:
This blog is a comprehensive resource for conscious living, health, and happiness for cats and their humans.
Best Social Integration Blog:
I Have Cat:
Single in the city with cat(s), Tamar refuses to fall prey to the typical "cat lady" stereotype.