Upload Your Cat Pictures To Pictures of Cats org!

You can now upload a photo of your cat to PoC in comments. When you make a comment to an article, whatever the topic of the article, feel free to add a picture of your cat as a little bonus. Your comment can be a few words. It will still earn 5 cents for charity under PoC’s charity donations scheme and it gives you the immediate option to add a picture of your cat.

People who have written comments before will see their comment published immediately. People who are making comments for the first time will have to wait a bit before their comment is published but for the next comment or comments you’ll see immediate publication.

Adding a picture in comments

This is easy. Just below the comment box you’ll see a button. Use it to upload your photo:

PoC - adding photos to comments
PoC – adding photos to comments
Until September 7th I will give 10 cents to an animal charity for every comment. It is a way to help animal welfare without much effort at no cost. Comments help this website too, which is about animal welfare.

We want to see your cat!

I confess, I want to see your cat. I love seeing other people’s cats. Every cat is special. Personal photographs taken by cat caretakers are always interesting to me and others. They are interesting because they are personal. They are friends and companions to people. It is real and alive.


46 thoughts on “Upload Your Cat Pictures To Pictures of Cats org!”

  1. This is great! I love seeing all the cats I’ve heard so much about, I must have a go even though I’m sure you’ve seen these of Walter and Jozef before. Here’s Walter

    • Walter has a beautiful belly. Zig-zagged black and white. And white paws. You know Snowshoe cat breeders spend all their lives getting paws like that.

    • Phew. A fabulous cat tree. Puts me to shame. I am going to change and get something like that. I’ll create a home that is 50% cat home and 50% human home.

      • Michael it’s a good idea – they love those little hammocks. My advice is don’t go cheap. These were cheap and I had to reinforce them because they are so rough chasing eachother up them and here in this pic you see 2 full grown cats squeezed in one hammock – well one broke so I repaired and reinforced it.

        Michale if you want something that actually looks nice I have a suggestion I just have to find it. Its a beautiful brand of cat trees made with real branches and little platforms that actually is beautiful – I personally love wood and natural things so they are perfect for me. They cost alot though but I think it’s worth it. Next time I go to the pet superstore I’ll tke some photos of them – I hope they still have them – they are stunning.

    • Monty is so jealous of those cat trees. I reminded him that he does get to climb real trees. He didn’t see my point at all. That is some awesome cat furniture.

    • They are so very fortunate to have a human like you, Marc. Wish that I knew where to get ~15cm thick-walled cardboard tubes, so that I could start building in my spare time! Wow. inspiring… it seems even better than a kids’ playground!

  2. and others… this is Piki, she may eventually come to live with me – long story, her elderly caretakers cant find a place to live that will accept her so my ex girlfriend is looking after her. If it can’t be resolved I will take her permanently. ‘Piki’ is a slang word meaning ‘small’ in Slovenijan. She has a wonderful character, talks a bit and is confident but very affectionate too.

  3. Thanks Michael.
    I think this is a wonderful idea, I love showing off our Walter ad Jozef’s photos and I love seeing other peoples cats too.
    Also sometimes in a comment visitors may have a photo to share relevant to that comment, I know I often do.
    I was surprised how easy it is to do too, even for this old techno dinosaur lol

          • Aw I love these pics of them as little tiny ones. They really are the perfect couple – it’s so nice that you have these pics of them from their kitten hood. My cat Gigi in Canada and her sister Molly were with us when they were kittens but that was before everyone had digital cameras or phones with cameras so I literally have no pics of them as kittens – I wish I had taken some. I have a limited amount of Gigi even when she got older.

            I learned my lesson and now I always take photos of all cats and after Red my most recent lesson is always find a way to have your photo taken with your cat because you will cherish it long after they are gone. I have I think in total 5 pictures with both me and Red – all of them by chance, one a friend took – how I wish I had had more taken.

            So I must now make sure I have lots of pictures. I know it doesn’t bring them back but it’s nice to have them and be able to look at them sometimes. It’s like having ashes in a way – it’s a peice of them, a moment in time as well, and thoughts and feelings, memories all come with it.


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