Traveling Cats Celebrates Fall and Halloween with Related Cat Pictures
Traveling Cats, a blog featuring cat pictures from around the world, wants to get its readers into the mood for the upcoming fall and Halloween season. The blog will soon start to publish fall and Halloween-related cat pictures and is already accepting cat photo submissons from its readers. This is your chance to turn your cat into a blog star.
Traveling Cats started in January 2013 and has since become a large collection of cat picture from every city and country in the world. What makes the context of Traveling Cats special is that it mentions the place in which every cat picture was taken. Thus, it becomes a virtual tour around the world led by our feline friends. Most pictures were taken by the blog's owner, Vanessa Morgan, but it also features interesting cat pictures found on the internet and submissions from readers.
Traveling Cats celebrates fall and Halloween
In the next coming weeks, Traveling Cats will focus on getting its readers in the mood for fall with cat pictures that include falling leaves, pumpkins, brown/yellow colors, and, of course, Halloween.
What kind of pictures is Traveling Cats looking for?
If you have taken pictures of cats that feature any of the aforementioned characteristics, you may submit them via e-mail to travelingcatsblog (at) gmail (dot) com, upload them to our Facebook fan page, or tweet them to @TravellingCats.
A few points need to be taken into consideration:
*The picture must feature a cat;
*The picture should be at least 540x361 wide;
*The picture should feature an outside setting. Inside pictures are only allowed if it was taken inside a restaurant, bar or shop, or if the cat is behind a window and you took the picture from outside;
*The picture should be of a decent quality;
*Both the city/village and country in which the picture was taken should be mentioned.
Cat pictures that do not fit the fall/Halloween theme may be submitted as well, but Traveling Cats will publish them on a later date. Sending a picture does not, however, guarantee its publication.