TinkerToy’s FIRST Meet and Greet for 4-legses
Monday, January 23, 2017 127 Comments
Inspired by the ones hosted by 2-legses
(but we 4-legged bloggers have a lot to say too!)
Guest blogger: TinkerToy
© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
It’s never too late to party with us!
Comments never close here – so leave your calling card.
CALLING ALL DOGS
cats, squirrels, pigs, hamsters, rabbits, rats, turtles, even parrots and budgies
We can do it too
If you’ve been over to PuppyDoc’s blog, you already know she’s not a real dog.
Her actual name is Phoebe and she’s a 2-legs who is also a super doctor with a HUGE heart — but who can blame her for adopting a great nickname like that, huh? (She explains why on her own blog, so jump over there if you want to know the back-story.)
Anyway, she hosted this big Meet-and-Greet Party where some of my pals and I left links to our blogs. I guess it was a great party for Mom, but not so much for me.
No offense, PuppyDoc, but I had to scroll through screen-loads of links to 2-legs’es blogs to find the ones written by possible blogging buds for ME.
So I thought I’d throw a party of my own to see if I could host a spot where us 4-legses stand out because we’re the only ones there (no offense to you blogging birds, btw – you are more than welcome too).
Remember that you can always check out the sidebar
for a reminder of how links work on this site, they’re subtle ==>
WHERE are all you guys blogging?
In a comment below:
- Let us ALL know what you blog about
- Give us the title of one of your favorite posts, then
- Copy the address from your browser’s address bar & paste it in your comment
I’ll edit your links to make them open in a new tab or window
so nobody loses their place here when they go to visit
- Don’t forget to tell us your name – and what kind of blogger you are (dog, cat, mouse…rabbit, gerbil, robin?)
THEN, go down the list to meet and greet EVERYBODY!
In my upcoming guest-posts, I’ll come back here to grab a few links to fill up my Relateds (Mom doesn’t believe in blogging without sharing Related Content and she won’t keep letting me blog if I don’t do it too – so help me out here, okay?)
Comments never close on Mom’s blog btw, so if you can leave your calling card even if you ADD-out and miss it by weeks and weeks. We go by ADD rules here.
Don’t tempt the snatchers
Oh yeah, and she wants me to be sure to remind everybody that the automated spam-police might haul you off to the pound if you leave more than one link in a comment.
If that happens I’ll never be able to find your comment – and I have to see them to approve them before anybody else can see them either.
All is not Lost
You can always leave me a link to one of your other great posts under any of my other articles – even the older ones (links below) – or the ones that Mom hasn’t gotten it together to publish yet (after she does, I mean).
You can link back here or re-blog this post if you know a bunch of other 4-legses who would be interested in meeting the rest of us (or maybe if your 2-legses want to share with some of their friends) — but even if you don’t like reblogs or haven’t learned how to do links, you’re welcome to come to my party anyway.
PLEASE come to my party!
Mom tells me not to get my feelings hurt if I throw a party and nobody comes, but I told her to stockpile the snacks anyway (heh-heh-heh — did you catch what I did there?)
But really, I’m just a small dog with a tiny tummy,
so I really would rather have you come to my party
to chow down with me.
You can bring your two-legses, by the way, and they can leave comments for Mom — or links to posts that are about you.
But please remind them that Mom has over 500 other posts where they can leave their links, okay?
Except for The Great Kate, that is (honorary hamster and my very own adopted aunt). She’s always reblogging fur-legs’es posts – even mine! — so she can link to anything she wants.
I hope that doesn’t hurt anybody’s feelings, but the whole point of this Blog Party is to make it easy for us four legged bloggers (and birds) to find each other and connect.
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Check bottom of Home/New to find out the “sharing rules”
(reblogs always okay, and much appreciated)
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You might also be interested in some of the following articles
available right now – on this site and elsewhere.
A few of my other posts:
- Blogging Tips from a Shih Tzu
- THIS will REALLY Scare you!
- Sleeping with the Enemy: Mom’s N-24
- The REAL Christmas Elves
A couple of GREAT ones from my Mom
Related fur & feather set posts ’round the ‘net
- 10 Tips for Training your Two-legs (from Ani)
- A Ray Tip!
- Tina Frisco’s Guest Post from Danny the Dog
- Danny Trains Andrew (Again) – on HIS patch of the ‘net
- YOUR link could go here
- or here
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