Hello, friends. I’ve been absent this past week from posting and visiting because I’ve been working on a new project, which I am very excited to finally announce. Today, I begin a new blogging journey with Cat Lady Alley…Where Curiosity Spoiled the Cat Lady!
When I first started Three Chatty Cats, I sort of fell into the rescue/cause niche without any intention or pre-planning of doing so. But it worked out nicely and felt right, so I would like to keep the focus of Three Chatty Cats on anything rescue/cause related. But lately, I have been wanting to blog about non-cause related things and share certain cat-related finds, much of it being for the cat lady as well as her cat.
I started brainstorming new ideas and ended up with Cat Lady Alley, a place for cat lovers to discover new and inspiring finds, and read tips and stories – basically where I can share with you anything that strikes my (cat lady) fancy.
Three Chatty Cats won’t reach its one-year milestone until January, but I’ve found that keeping up a three-times-a-week posting schedule, while working a full-time job, is a lot to manage.
So, my plan is to post at least once a week on each blog, which should be more manageable and still allow me to enjoy blogging. I am sure that Dexter, Olive and Sophie will make appearances on both blogs. Any product reviews I’ve already agreed to do will appear here on Three Chatty Cats. But after that, anything product related will appear on Cat Lady Alley.
Cat Lady Alley
I hope you’ll stop by the “alley” and perhaps follow me on social media. It’s pretty bare bones right now since I just officially launched Cat Lady Alley today. But I have a lot of fun things planned!
If you’re interested, here’s how to keep in touch with Cat Lady Alley.
- How I Became an Inspired Cat Lady (introduction blog post)
- Newsletter Sign Up
Thank you to everyone who has been so kind and supportive of both me and Three Chatty Cats. I hope you will continue to enjoy this blog and also join me in my new adventure with Cat Lady Alley!
And I’d like to give a special thank you to my wonderful husband, Ross, who created the Cat Lady Alley graphics. If you’ve ever seen any of his art, you know that this is a big departure from his typical style. But talent is talent, and when you’ve got it, you’ve got it! (And he’s got it, IMHO.)