Catblogging News

Attention cat fans: We recently redesigned our thrice-weekly email newsletter into three separate newsletters.  One of those newsletters is based around yours truly, and you know what that means: catblogging.  Or, I guess, catlettering.

Or something.  In any case, we’ve decided that once a week is plenty of exposure for Inkblot and Domino, so we’re soliciting photos of guest cats to appear in the newsletter.  If you want some temporary stardom for your adorable furball, just email a photo to:

cats@motherjones.com

Include a couple of sentences of description (names, ages, what they’re up to, favorite tricks, whatever else you feel like) and we’ll select one each week.  Dogs are welcome too!  And if you want to sign up to receive the newsletter, you can do it here.  Sign up for one, two, or all three.

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