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In addition to blogging, BJ Bangs is a freelance writer/photographer, and when she isn’t writing about cats, she writes about other stuff.
BJ has been published in Maine Media Today, writing for their special sections including Home Improvement and Exploring Maine. We will be featuring pet friendly travel during an upcoming segment.
She won the 2011 Cat Writer’s Association’s Muse Medallion for a series on pet overpopulation featured in The Original Irregular. She also won a CWA Certificate of Excellence for her photo: Baby Kitty, posted on Paws for Reflection.
Pet related posts also have appeared in Catster.com, CWA’s newsletter, MEOW, and the list is growing every month. She also is part of the BlogPaws Pet360 Media Network writing posts about various pet products including Hills Science Diet’s specialty foods.
Her favorite Paws’ blog posts include:
- How many cats can come from one cat
- How do know if your cat has had a stroke
- And Can cats hear better than humans
If you would be interested in approaching BJ about writing a paid print or online article or a paid blog post, please contact me by clicking on my contact form and putting Article in the subject line. Please include links to your website and/or blog, your email address, plus some details about what you are looking for in the article. I will review this information, and then, get back to you indicating whether the article is a good fit.
Here are some of my more recent, and my more favorite pet articles. As sites have been discontinued, sold, or gone out of business. some of these links are no longer valid. We are in the process of updating our links to our Google Drive.
Links are provided when available.
|Pets take top billing when it comes to home improvements April 24, 2014, Portland Press Herald
|I met my first cat outside a bar (humorous) Catster, January 2012
|Spay/neuter best way to combat cat, dog overpopulation The Original Irregular, May 2011
|Franklin County Animal Shelter helps over 1,000 animals a year The Original Irregular, May 2011