Catitude | Lifestyle

So I am hear today to bring you campaign #catitude which is all about dispelling the myth of the crazy cat lady and sharing how cool people with cats really are. If you know me you'll I have gorgeous cats of my own and would happily have more and more and more if I wasn't slightly allergic (okay so I am super allergic, but I want all of the cats okay?!) anybody I come across who has a cat or even mass amounts of cats is automatically cooler to me. I love cats and everything from their aura to their comforting cuddles when you're feeling down and the hilarious things they do.

Match recently did a survey for single cat owners in the UK, and found that majority of these people – especially women – felt that they might be judged negatively for owning a cat, mainly because of the "crazy cat lady" stereotype. And that's why Match launched #Catitude – to encourage people to feel confident about themselves, turning things which they aren't so confident with into something amazing that they love. Often having a lot of cats or just loving cats is referred to as crazy – especially if you're female - and weird as opposed to kind and loving, because to look after many cats you must have a lot of love inside of you. To be honest I actually think I prefer cats to humans as cats are fun, quirky and don't make you feel rubbish and they will always have time for you. What's not to love right? I have two adopted cats, Smudge and Jessie and I love them even more because of their traumatic pasts, especially Smudge who was abused as a young kitten, adopting cats makes me happy and makes me feel like you are giving them a new life of love and care, so of course this makes you a damn cool person.

I love cats and I think they're fabulous and I totally admire those with cats or even lots of cats. Having a home for animals is always a cool and amazing thing to do in my opinion.


  1. I love cats! I definitely want to adopt cats one day.

  2. I love cats too - as a single girl I do worry that I'll be stereotyped though! x

  3. I do like cats.... the friendly ones anyway. Cats just don't seem to like me very much. My Mum is highly allergic to cats so growing up we had birds, fish, stick insects and african giant land snails! HA!

    Laura x x x

  4. I am such a cat person haha. My cat gave birth to one kitten and we decided to keep it, but he is such a trouble maker. He looks a bit like yours! I still want more haha.

    Laila xo

  5. This is a lovely post & such a fantastic campaign! Your cats are beautiful :) & I definitely agree, I prefer cats to humans too! I can't wait until I move into my own place & can adopt some cats of my own <3

  6. Awh your cats are lovely! I prefer cats to dogs and most humans too. We have one adopted cat at the moment called Trixie but I'd like to rehome another when we move.

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