A new home for my cat blog

This is my new cat home online!  Right here, on the doorstep.  I’m writing other things too, and Real Life has definitely got in the way, but I love cats too much to not write about them.

Today, for instance, a neighbour called round: his little tortoiseshell cat is very pregnant, and didn’t come home last night.  He thinks she may have slunk off somewhere to have her kits in private, and I can understand his thinking.  She’s so bouncy and inquisitive, I thought she was a male kitten!

Anyway, my shed is falling apart, and has lots of nooks and crannies for a pregnant little cat to hide, so we had a proper look in there.  No joy yet, but I’m keeping an eye out.

In the meantime, I wanted to make a new banner for this new website, which used to be a basic level WordPress site.  It’s still basic WordPress, of course, but at least I have hosting now.  Hosting cats … I like it.

The banner here, by the way, is a detail from the statue of Dick Whittington and his cat outside the Guildhall Art Gallery in London.  The Gallery’s closed, but the statue lives on.

I have quite a few posts to transfer onto here gradually, and I’ve also been doing a lot of poking about the country and the web, looking at cats.   The results will be on here, pictures and designs and research, all of it.

In a couple of days, I’ll post some photos I took last week, in Cley Next The Sea – cats galore, of all sorts.  I loved it, I hope you do too.

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