Guest Posts

  • It’s National Pet Wellness Month

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    Guest post by M.K. Clinton  October is National Pet Wellness month. It is a perfect time to make sure that your dog or cat has been to see their veterinarian this year. We see our vet a number of times throughout the year, but this month… read more


  • Blog to Book: Writing a Nonfiction Book Proposal

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    Guest post by Angie Bailey Welcome to the third installment of the four-part blog-to-book series! We’ve already covered the importance of building a platform and networking with other professionals, and now it’s time to go to town on your proposal that will hopefully hit the desk… read more

  • Adopt An Adult Cat for a Lifetime of Love

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    Guest post by JaneA Kelley Most people who go to a shelter wanting to adopt a cat have their hearts set on a kitten. Since there never seems to be a shortage of kittens that need homes, adult cats can languish in shelters for years –… read more

  • What’s In A Name: Pet Parent

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    Guest post by M.K. Clinton It was Shakespeare who wrote, “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” In other words, a name is just a title. A name doesn’t change the dynamics of a thing. It is funny how titles and words can… read more

  • Blog to Book Part Two: Four Networking Tips: Bonus Advice From Texts from Mittens


    Guest post by Angie Bailey Last month I opened the four-part series on taking your blog to a book with a post about platform building. Once you’ve identified your audience and grown a presence, it’s time to take the next step by making contacts through networking.… read more

  • How Did I Get Here? Pet Blogger And Author

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    Guest post by M.K. Clinton Have you ever searched your name on the Internet? If you had tried to “Google” me on the World Wide Web before 2012, you’d have been out of luck. I didn’t exist, I know because I checked. Fast forward to 2015,… read more

  • Blog to Book Part One: 5 Steps to Developing a Strong Platform


    Guest post by Angie Bailey Occasionally, friends tell me they want to write a book, but don’t know where to begin the process. The thought of authoring a book can feel completely overwhelming, but when we break it down into bite-sized pieces, it’s way more digestable.… read more

  • The Five Cs of Senior Cat Care

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    Guest post by JaneA Kelley As our feline friends age, they need us to understand and accommodate their special needs. I’m lucky to have known quite a few cats who survived well into their teens. My Siouxsie, lived to be almost 19 – about 96 in human… read more

  • Blog With Ease

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    Guest post by Kathleen Gage Although your intention may be to blog on a regular basis, the reality can be very different. Yet, consistency in your blogging is one of the top recommendations of experts everywhere, myself included. When you make blogging a regular part of your routine… read more

  • Welcoming A New Pet To Your Family

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    In our BlogPaws Community we have many members who consider their pets their babies, their children, their family and why not? Our pets give us unconditional love and acceptance. They are there with us through thick and thin, good times and bad. We came across this… read more