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Hello everyone,

Welcome to another week of Tummy Rub Tuesday!

The easiest way to enter is by sending them in via info@katzenworld.co.uk. Or just leave a comment with a link to the post / photo you’d like us to use on this blog post.

… in an old, repurposed desk chair, foster kittens aged 4 months rest from their play.

Autumn and Isabel.

Spice and Blaze. Add Willow. Willow and Spice fell off chair wrestling, leaving Blaze.

“Handsome relaxed tuxedo cat named Ridge. Happy to have beeen adopted to a loving home” Sent in via email by Terry.

“This is our big boy, Feargal the Tonkinese, age 15. Sooooo clever – like all Tonkinese cats and very affectionate. Loves kisses and cuddles.

“OK, how long do I have to wait for the tummy rub? Just get on with it!” Annie – Sent in via email

“Meet the cute little chocolate oriental from Australia” Jeremy, sent in via email.

Missed last weeks post? Why not check it out here.

Now we need ALL of you! Do you want to see your cat featured and join our fun blog roll? Follow the steps below. 😀

Simply leave a comment on the post and attach the image you’d like to use. If you’ve got more than one image to use, make multiple comments! 😀

Should you not have an own Blog you can participate by sending us an email with your photo to info@katzenworld.co.uk – just let us know what you would like to have listed as source! 🙂

And to make it fair your cat photos don’t have to be a tummy shot we do understand that not all cats like showing off their belly! So any fun photo story will be fine but tummy ones will be even better 😀

And on next week’s #TRT we will be posting photos with links back to all you guys in the weekly Tummy Rub Tuesday post!!!

A big thank you to all participants from all of us here at Katzenworld.

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