If you have a domain or a website (be it blog, ecommerce, etc), you likely have a web host. The most popular web hosts come with a variety of fun names, like Dream Host, Blue Host, Host Gator, and GoDaddy. Today, I’m going to be talking to you about something you may not know and that your web host might not want you to know. It’s not necessarily something they are purposely hiding or something they are trying to obscure, but I would call it something very important that is located in the “fine print.” This is something that people may have come across before in different ways, but that maybe they didn’t really understand.
For the last several months I’ve been working on a special project: a website designed around and for cats and the people who love them. This project came out of my love for cats–particularly my rescue cat, Miko (I like to call her my therapy cat). Today, I’d like to talk a bit about the project, where it came from, how it was made, etc.
I’m fairly active on Quora and recently there was a questioner who asked if you let your cats push you around (because her cat forces her to wake up, turn on the bathroom faucet, and stay there until the cat is done). Since my answer gained some popularity and could be helpful to others, I thought I would share:
Cats are fluffy and adorable animals, and I love them. But, for a while now, I’ve looked at cat and animal behavior in general a bit differently than perhaps others.
Hi there, and welcome to my site.
I plan on being more active in my blog posts in the future, but for now, please check out www.catably.com (almost all of my time is dedicated to it at this time).