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Introducing the Felines of the World’s Best Catvocates!

pinterestStanding on the frontlines of the Internet, our Catvocates proudly wave the World’s Best Cat Litter™ flag, helping pet parents everywhere solve their litter box problems through the power of Hassle-Free Cat Care™. Whether it’s reviewing our latest and greatest formulas or sharing our most recent GiveLitter™ efforts, no job is too hard for these passionate and dedicated cat lovers.

Naturally, behind every Catvocate is a cat, sometimes a couple and in certain cases, as many as eight kitties! So today we pull the curtain away from those shadowy figures and unveil the feline muses behind our tireless Catvocates. Please read below to find out what’s so special about those cats and then head over to our Pinterest page to repin the pictures of these beauties!
 

Diane Walline of Me, Him and the Cats

 
“Harley has been special to me because he always comes and lays with me when I am sad, or sick, and especially when I have a migraine. He was thrilled when I put a cat bed the same height as my computer desk! He often falls asleep with his head on my desk!”
 
 
 
 

Layla Morgan Wilde of Cat Wisdom 101

 
“Merlin is turning 19 soon and is the love of my life. He’s been my devoted companion through life’s ups and downs, including the death of a parent. Domino is my inspiration. He lived as a feral on our porch for 7 years. Gris Gris is my quiet joy. He lived as a basement mouser for 10 years and then over a year at a shelter. He’s proven to be the poster boy for senior pet adoptions. Odin is a one-eyed wonder and mama’s boy. His sense of adventure fuels my creative energy.”
 
 

Jenny Dean of Floppycats

 
“Charlie, born in 2009, is quite the character. I always wanted a seal mitted Ragdoll with an hourglass blaze, so when I saw his little face on his breeder’s website, I immediately knew he was mine. Or wait, was I his? Turns out, I was his. He rules the roost here and all decisions are made by him.”
 
 
 
 

Robin Amato of Our Semi Organic Life

 
“We love our fun loving cat Cornelius for all the entertainment and cuddles he provides. He’s always ready to perform a trick or two and loves to “sit”, “speak”, and “shake” for treats. He’s hilarious with his big cat appearance and tiny squeak voice despite his 3am wake up calls and gentle pawing or tapping my cheek for attention when he’s out of food or wants to play.”
 
 
 

Robin Olson of Covered in Cat Hair

 
“Spencer is a Norwegian forest cat and the mascot of my blog, Covered in Cat Hair. Nick and Nora, the cream and buff brother and sister, are so mellow. Gracie and Petunia, a mother and daughter, are silvery blue and a bit shy. Cricket, our former feral, likes belly rubs. Blitzen a cream long hair and “the DOOD,” our broccoli-eating tux, are our youngest.”
 
 
 

Caren Gittleman of Cat Chat With Caren & Cody

 
“Let me tell you how Cody is special: Cody helped heal my aching heart when I adopted him a mere two weeks after my “soul kitty” had passed. Cody is a cuddle bug. He can never sit close enough. I call him my “close talker” (from Seinfeld) While sitting on the couch Cody MUST make contact through touching me with his paws.”
 
 
 

Darlene Arden of PerPETually Speaking

 
“Hi, here is my girl, GP Sinaye’s Plaisir d’Amour of Ajolie, but her friends call her Aimee. She is a 14-year-old Chartreux.”
 
 
 
 
 
 

Joanne Mcgonagle of The Tiniest Tiger’s Conservation Cub Club

 
“One day I was looking at my Facebook feed and saw a photo of Annie, a sweet little girl living at the Grayson County Humane Society. I said, “Look Gracey, Annie has spunk, don’t you think?”
 
 
 
 

Heather McDougle of I’d Rather Be Changing Diapers

 
“I have had cats my entire life. Right now, we have Kiwi and Garfield. Kiwi came to us at the same time as we found out we were pregnant with our first, a co-worker of my husband found a mother cat with two kittens in her bushes and we took them in. Garfield came to us when my father-in-law passed away from cancer. Our family wouldn’t be complete without our cats. They are loved.”
 
 
 

Andrea Hatfield of Moody Mama Says

 
“Stormy (top left) is the anti-social and sassy cat in the bunch. Oreo (top right) is the only male cat in the house. He is still a kitten and is into everything. Little Bit (bottom left) is a hunter. She loves to go outside and bring back the remnants of her adventures. Cricket (bottom right) is the oldest of the bunch at 14. She is a gentle old gal that enjoys sleeping.”
 
 
 

JaneA Kelley of Paws and Effect

 
“Thomas T. Bombadil is one of the three members of the Paws and Effect cat advice team. He was adopted from a no-kill animal shelter in Rockport, Maine, when he was 3 years old, and this year he celebrated his 12th birthday. He’s a sweet, sensitive soul with a quiet and calming presence. Although he’s shy with human visitors, he welcomes new feline family members with a friendly tail and gentle nose-touches.”
 
 

Tamar Arslanian of I Have Cat

 
“Petie (aka. Big Boy, Petie Pants, Petie Pork Chop) looks like a stuffed animal but is so painfully shy most of my friends haven’t seen him. Petie is the face of I HAVE CAT and has recently lost quite a bit of weight and may very well need more appropriate nicknames! Despite his recent weight loss he is a Ninja when it comes to breaking into food stashes. The pantry doors are shut with rubber bands and the only safe place for food is the microwave. He does not like to be held, and pretends the fosters do not exist.”