2011 Top 10 Most Popular Blog Posts on Floppycats

Post Published on February 2, 2012 | Last Updated on July 11, 2013 by Jenny

Floppycats gets 40,000+/- visitors a month.  Ever wondered what pages get the most hits, here’s a quick run down:

  1. Home Page – since Floppycats is set up as a blog, almost every dya there is a new blog post – and that is featured on the front page of the site – therefore, it makes sense why it is visited the most.
  2. Seal Ragdolls – this website was founded because of my Seal Mitted Ragdoll, Rags, who passed on March 30, 2009.  It is no wonder why seal Ragdolls are covered a lot on the site.
  3. Kidney Disease Cat Food – I created this page when Rags was in his final stage of life, dying from Chronic Renal Failure (CRF).
  4. Anemia in Cats – this page was also created because of Rags’ CRF.
  5. Blue Ragdolls – this page covers the different patterns and tones of blue that Ragdolls can come in.
  6. Ragdoll Rescue – I have really worked on promoting this portion of the site.  Since there is not a Ragdoll Rescue that is International or one that is all encompassing in the USA, I wanted to create something online that would allow people to post information.
  7. Ragdoll of the Week – I am not surprised this is popular – the Ragdoll of the Week submissions are so very fun to read!
  8. Ragdoll Cat – this page covers what Ragdoll cats are like.
  9. Cat Not Drinking Water – this page was also created because of Rags’ CRF.  I hope it is helping someone!
  10. Ragdoll Names – I love hearing what you named your Ragdoll cat – share your names here or find ideas for names here.

What is your favorite page or blog post on Floppycats and why?  Please feel free to post a link in the comments section below and let me know!

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2 thoughts on “2011 Top 10 Most Popular Blog Posts on Floppycats

  1. Susan Marie says:

    You can easily make a top entry box yourself from a storage box. The one I seen in the pet shop did not look large enough for a ragdoll.

  2. Kathy says:

    Top Entry Litter Box
    Are there any Ragdoll families that have used a top entry litter box? I am concerned about room for my kitty Tinkerbell to do her business. We spend the summer in a very small space @ the lake in Canada and this style llittler box would be perfect (if Ragdolls like it)

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