Introducing Mollie & Friends

Published February 2013

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Mollie Shutt is relatively new to the cat fancy world.

In 2011, she obtained her first pedigreed cat, a retired British Shorthair. This led to curiosity surrounding cat showing, and she found herself entering her first show in 2012. Upon leaving her first show with a "one show grand", she was hooked!

Mollie started her blog, The House of Meow, to chronicle the adventures of her British Shorthair and her adopted shelter cat. Her blog has also become a place for information about being a cat show newbie as well as do it yourself cat projects.

Outside of cats, Mollie is an accomplished bassoonist and avid cyclist. After working full time in online community management and website administration for many years, she opted to take a new job as a full time mom and cat servant.

Sampson

Sam is Mollie's seal point domestic shorthair also known as the Naughty Ninja of PorknBeans. He was adopted from the county animal shelter and is approximately three years old.

He is looking forward to his show ring debut in the Household Pet class. He enjoys bird watching, hunting flies, and biting ankles. When he is not honing his ninja skills, you will find Sam basking in any stray sliver of sunlight he can find.

Tiger

Tiger is a hefty four year old cream spotted tabby British Shorthair. Don't let his name or size scare you, he is a big softy.

Formally known as CH PR Castlkatz Ghost Rider, Tiger is a son of GC BW NW Castlkatz Peeves of Chloeadores. Tiger enjoys chasing milk carton rings, sleeping on beds, and diligently supervising his humans in whatever task is at hand.

Welcome Mollie

Beginning with this issue, Mollie will be a regular contributer to our online magazine, sharing her fresh perspective on all things feline. We feel privileged to be able to feature Mollie's writings and photos on our pages. We encourage all our readers to visit Mollie's blog at The House of Meow.


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