Teesside Cat is an experimental writing platform and blog with the primary aim of collecting stories based on real places, real people and real events. It captures the blog owner’s own, genuine views of the aforementioned at the moment of publication. Please note that there are posts, usually personal of nature, which freely combine imagination and reality — a creative rewriting of experiences whether my own or that of others. It is usually clear from the context, however, if uncertainty persists do not hesitate to contact me for clarification.
Unless stated to the contrary, I do not receive any type of payment, whether monetary or otherwise, for any content published on the website. In the case of an article being commissioned or if I receive any type remuneration in return for writing an article, it will still contain my own, honest opinion.
The views expressed on Teesside Cat are influenced by the author’s own environment, life and experiences and may not be applicable to other people. Readers use this website at their own risk and read its content out of their own free will.
Although every care is taken to edit posts and correct mistakes and inaccuracies, I trust that my reader will forgive me if and where any of these occur. In severe cases, or if specifically requested, I will correct these as soon as possible.
Unless stated to the contrary, I am the legal copyright holder of all the material published on the website. No content may be reproduced, modified or transmitted in any way or used in any format whether electronic or otherwise without the written consent of the author.
If and when I receive any personal or contact information it will be kept private and will not be disclosed to any third parties.
Any communication between myself and my readers, including but not limited to emails, blog comments and interactions on social media platforms, may be used to share with the rest of my readership unless specifically requested otherwise. This information may also be used in future publications of any kind by the owner of Teesside Cat.