If you enjoyed Catsup, please put
our banner on your website. Simply copy and paste the one below.
(It must be easy to do because even Ann can manage it on her
own these days.) If you've got a banner you'd like us to display
in return, email us with it at firstname.lastname@example.org
The coding you'll need to link back
to us is: http://www.catsup.co.uk
If you enjoy reading and collecting books,
learn about my bookbinding hobby at the Black Cat Bindery (North
Dracs has never been the same since he
found the Freddie Street website and read the article on projectile
vomiting for beginners. Nor has Ann. Definitely a site to Bookmark.
Spock and Dracs were delighted to be
asked to join the Literary Cat Guild and honoured to be dubbed
Masters.The Cats Paw website is one of their favourites and
well worth a visit.
Please go and visit the Cat Register
and Rescue. They really care about the cats they rescue and
they always have "orphans" hoping to be adopted. Adopted
orphans continue to live with CRR, but they've been known to
write personally to their Adopters!
The boys are very proud to be members of World Wide Working
Cats on the Web.
Take a few minutes to read a
"A Celebration of Sebastian", a cat who clearly brought
a great deal of pleasure to his family and is much missed. Entertaining
and not mushy or sentimental, it really hits the spot!
An online magazine for all animal
lovers. Catsup contributed articles to the June and August 2000
website of Gemini and George with a strong cat rescue element.
Don't miss "Gemini and George Go Large" when you visit,
although Ann's never heard the last of it since Spock and Dracs
checked it out.
Cat Clinic in Edinburgh caters
exclusively for cats. It's an entertaining and very informative
We'd never come
across Bengal cats until we met up with Marie and her four,
Amber and Jet pictured above and Lunar and Arctic, 2 new arrivals.
Learn more about this beautiful breed by visiting their website,