Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 202)

Hello everyone,

Welcome to another week of Tummy Rub Tuesday! Oh, and if you haven’t subscribed to our newsletter yet, why not sign up by clicking here to never miss a TRT again.

We have setup a Katzenworld Forum and would like to encourage everyone to make their entries for Tummy Rub Tuesday on our dedicated Tummy Rub Tuesday post. Simply leave a comment on the post and attach the image you’d like to use. If you’ve got more than one image to use, make multiple comments!

Alternatively you can still send them in via info@katzenworld.co.uk. Or just leave a comment with the link to the post / photo you’d like us to use.

This super cute tummy belongs to Minnie from 125 Center.

Meet Edgar who is another one of our Twitter friends. 🙂

And yet another adorable and cute entry from our friend over at the Daily Bloggist.

Another cute entry by one of our Twitter friends. 🙂

And last but no less important an adorable kitten from Chrissylouise135.

And in case you missed last week’s post click here to see the full list!

Now we need ALL of you! Do you want to see your cat featured and join our fun blog roll? Follow the steps below. 😀

All you need to do is post a photo or photo story of your fur-friend on your own Blog and add your post link and photo into our Tummy Rub Tuesday post within our Forum.

Simply leave a comment on the post and attach the image you’d like to use. If you’ve got more than one image to use, make multiple comments! 😀

Should you not have an own Blog you can participate by sending us an email with your photo to info@katzenworld.co.uk – just let us know what you would like to have listed as source! 🙂

And to make it fair your cat photos don’t have to be a tummy shot we do understand that not all cats like showing off their belly! So any fun photo story will be fine but tummy ones will be even better 😀

And on next week’s #TRT we will be posting photos with links back to all you guys in the weekly Tummy Rub Tuesday post!!!

A big thank you to all participants from all of us here at Katzenworld.

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39 thoughts on “Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 202)

    • Marc-André says:

      We just adopted a fourth cat. A kitten at that and she looooooves showing her belly of and getting rubs. 🙂

          • Marc-André says:

            In a way your area should be counted as lucky but makes you wonder why! And of course we hope you’ll fine the kitten you need

          • Léa says:

            Yes, I agree. However, my daughter has been doing animal rescue for over two decades (she started very young) and is still at it. She recruited her partner and a number of friends. It seems in some feral colonies, they can become so inbred that they eventually fail to reproduce. I don’t have any statistics on that but I have spoken to a few others doing rescue and none were surprised???

          • Marc-André says:

            The problem in a closed off colony is that the gene pool is very limited and over time may cause genetic issues.

            In some cases it’s created new breeds of cats that were officially recognised like the Manx or kurilian bobtail both island cats that were lucky enough that were enough of them to generate a stable gene pool after a natural mutation occurred.

            Sadly when it comes to a lot of th feral colonies today there are maybe what 20? A 100? To start of with as the initial pool of cats. Yes this can increase to the thousands but all very closely related.

            Sorry for so much detail! ?

          • Léa says:

            That was nearly a post! Not to worry, you are preaching to the choir and one who knows how important it is that these felines are given the help they need to prevent more…

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