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The Purrington Post

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The Purrington Post
Type of site
Online magazine
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The Purrington Post is an online magazine and source of cat news, aimed primarily at cat lovers. It operates in a similar way to another cat-news website, The Catnip Times. It has been referenced in publications such as Strays: The True Story of a Lost Cat, a Homeless Man and Their Journey Across America by British publishing company Britt Collins, various online news sources as well as by Austin Macauley Publishers and MarketWatch.

Background[edit]

The Purrington Post publishes a news letter. The first, Volume 1, Issue 1 came out on November 1, 2013.[1] According to Natural Pet Science, The Purrington Post averages half a million page views per trimester.[2] It was referred to in September 2018 as an award-winning cat blog by the Dow Jones & Company owned financial information service MarketWatch.[3] Also that year it was rated #3 by KittyCoaching.com in a list of the 12 best cat blogs for that year.[4] It was also highly rated by We're All About Cats website in the their Top 35 Cat Blogs You Should Know About list for 2018.[5] The opinion of the Post on cat behavior has been valued enough to be quoted in articles such as "Do Cats Smile? Here's How To Tell Your Cat Is Happy, At Least On The Inside" by Romper.[6] News website Eva.ro has used the Post's own article to reference in Daniel Dumitrescu's article about Thor a Bengali, "Tigrișorul de casă: Thor, pisica bengaleză care face senzație pe Instagram".[7][8] The site was once ranked as high as 295 199 in the world.[9]

Involvement in publications[edit]

In regard to Britt Collins' book, Strays: The True Story of a Lost Cat, a Homeless Man and Their Journey Across America, it said that the book offered a fascinating, heartwarming twist to an old plot. The comments by The Purrington Post in the book also appeared alongside comments by Library Journal, The Conscious Cat, Booklist, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Claire Bessant the CEO of International Cat Care, Shane MacGowan (Lead singer of The Pogues), Caroline Paul, and Scott Carney.[10]

The post interviewed Sandy Lerner about her 2017 Book, Caticons: 4,000 Years of Art Imitating Cats and said that the book was a must have for cat lovers. It was the only news source quoted in an ad that appeared in Catworld magazine.[11][12]

In an article by MarketWatch about pet treats that were made from hemp and crickets, The Purrington Post's newsletter was also mentioned along with the leading pet magazine, the North American publication, Animal Wellness Magazine as having given their stamp of approval to the product.[13]

It was reported by Austin Macauley Publishers that in September 2018, the Post organized a competition with the prize being a copy of Petula, Circus Cat by Marylouise Sholly.[14]

Films[edit]

The Purrington post did a review on the award winning short film, Aeris which starred Paul Castro Jr., Aly Miller, Frank Deal and Betsy Aidem.[15][16]

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