Privacy policy

The privacy of visitors to my blog is very important to me and I make every effort to protect it.

This privacy policy describes the rules for the processing of personal data and the use of cookies and other tracking technologies in connection with the use of the blog

Apollo Fluffy Cat is a blog about cats, eco-friendly sustainable cat care, good nutrition and cat products reviews. The author and administrator of the blog is Joanna Szwagierczak, resident Jeździecka 21, Warsaw, Poland. If you have any doubts related to the privacy policy, you can contact me at any time by sending a message to

Personal data and cookies

The blog, like almost all other websites, uses cookies. These are small text files saved on your end device (e.g. computer, tablet, smartphone) if your web browser allows it. Information collected using cookies is used for the proper operation of the blog and its functions, to adapt the content of the blog to users’ preferences, optimize the use of the blog and for statistical and analytical purposes.


During the first visit to the blog, information about the use of cookies is displayed to you. Accepting and closing this information means that you agree to the use of cookies in accordance with the provisions of this privacy policy. You can always withdraw your consent by deleting cookies and changing cookie settings in your browser. Remember, however, that disabling cookies may cause difficulties in using the website, as well as many other websites that use cookies. Cookie mechanisms do not allow the identification of the reader and do not download any confidential data from the reader device.

Internal cookies

The blog uses internal cookies for the proper operation of the website. If you visit the login page, we will create a temporary cookie to check if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie does not contain any personal data and will be thrown when you close your browser.

If you leave a comment on our site, you will be able to choose to save your name, email address and website address in cookies, so that when you write more comments, the above information will be conveniently completed. These cookies expire after a year.

External cookies

Blog, podobnie jak większość współczesnych stron iThe blog, like most modern websites, uses functions provided by third parties, which involves the use of cookies from third parties.

Analysis and statistics

I use cookies to track website statistics in order to optimize the blog and improve its operation. I use Google Analytics in this regard (Google Analytics belongs to Google LLC with its registered office in the USA). The information collected in this regard is completely anonymous and does not allow your identification. For this purpose, Google LLC cookies for the Google Analytics service are used. Using Google Analytics services involves implementing the tracking code provided by Google in the code of my website. This code is based on cookies, but may also use other tracking technologies.

Social features

I provide the opportunity to use social features such as sharing content on social networking sites and subscribing to a social profile. The use of these functions involves the use of cookies for social network administrators:

  • ( belongs to: Facebook Inc with its registered office in the USA or Facebook Ireland Ltd with its registered office in Ireland); cookies policy.
  • ( portal belongs to Google LLC based in the USA); Google privacy policy. Remember that Youtube displays not only user videos, but also advertising materials, so installing cookies related to Youtube ads.
  • (Portal belongs to Instagram LLC based in the USA, Instagram is part of the Facebook group); Instagram privacy policy.

Personal data


Leaving a comment is completely voluntary, however, by leaving a comment you agree to the processing of personal data provided by you, required data:
– name / nickname – when adding comments you will be asked to enter your nickname, this data is displayed to all blog readers as the signature of the commenter
– email address – it is needed to add a comment, but will not be publicly available.

Remember that the comments you post are public. Everything you put in the content of the comment will be available to other visitors to the blog.

If you want, you can also enter the address of your website / your place on the web. It is not required or necessary. Simply this way, both me and the readers of the blog will have the opportunity to look at you.

An anonymous string of characters created based on your email address (so-called hash) can be sent to the Gravatar service to check if you are using it. The Gravatar privacy policy is available here: After approval of the comment, your profile picture is publicly visible in the context of your comment.

The system also records the IP address that you used to add the comment. The data is saved in the WordPress database and will be stored for the entire duration of the blog.

If you follow comments on a given post – select the appropriate option in the comment form. Notifications of new comments will be sent to the e-mail address you provided. In this way, we can stay in touch and engage in dialogue. You can opt out of notifications at any time.


Receiving a blog newsletter is entirely voluntary, however, you must provide an email address to receive it. If you want, you can also enter your name, but it is not required. Your data will be processed as long as I blog and send the newsletter, unless you unsubscribe from the newsletter before. Your resignation will delete the data.

E-mail messages

By contacting me via e-mail, you naturally give me your e-mail address as the sender’s address. In addition, you can also include other personal data in the content of the message. The legal basis for processing personal data in this case is your consent resulting from initiating contact with me. Your personal data provided to me as part of an e-mail contact is processed solely for the purpose of contacting you.

Server logs

Using the blog involves sending queries to the server where the blog is stored. Each query directed to the server is saved in the server’s logs. Logs include, among others Your IP address, server date and time, information about the web browser and operating system you are using. Logs are saved and stored on the server. Data saved in server logs are not used to identify readers. The information contained in the server logs can be used e.g. to diagnose technical problems with the server, as well as for security purposes.

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