Catch Karen's Tips This Week on The Daily Cat Tip

 |  Apr 27th 2009  |   3 Contributions


Hiya! Anders jumping in here again to say hallo and let you know that a woman who needs no introduction is about to get an introduction! That's right, it is my honor and pleasure to let you know that our (and your) very own Karen Nichols is providing the tips this week over on the Daily Cat Tip! Yay! Here here! Yippee! Mazel Tov! Salut! Hip Hip Hooray!

tracie

 

That's right--this week, Karen's stepping in as a guest tipster on The Daily Cat Tip, the Catster blog that serves up a juicy tidbit of feline information every weekday. We're proud and honored to have Karen as such a dear and important part of our Catster family, AND SUPER EXCITED that she took a break from her busy blogging schedule to dish up some pawsome tips for the cat lovers in all of us. We can't wait to see what she's got in store for us this week! Her first tip about feline hair loss is live already, you can check it out here.

In case you live under a rock or just haven't read this page yet, here's a little more about Karen:

Karen Nichols would probably still be held captive by St Agnes Hospital in Fresno, California were it not for a litter of Dachshunds, the proceeds from the sale of which paid the hospital bill when Karen was born. Shes been indebted to animals ever since. Her first cat, Freda, a blind Siamese, slept on her chest every night from the time she left the crib, forging a lifelong bond with cats, especially Siamese.

Karen also writes the Pet Coupon Deals Blog and contributes to Catsters Daily Cat Tip Blog.

If you'd like to sign up to receive The Daily Cat Tip via email, so that you don't miss tips from Karen or any of our other grrreat pet experts, you may do so here, or to add the RSS feed to your reader, click here. Want it all? You can also get them via Twitter when you follow @catster.

Contributions

Tip: Creating a profile and avatar takes just a minute and is a great way to participate in Catster's community of people who are passionate about cats.

blog comments powered by Disqus