She even seems to enjoy it when she starts sinking down in between pillows, and is often oblivious of when her head starts to loll back into what I would think to be very uncomfortable positions.
Of course, Thimble isn't always napping. Guess what woke her up yesterday? When I started opening our Dr. Seuss giveaway package from the amazing Ellen and her kitties over at 15andmeowing. Yep, we received our goodies on Dr. Seuss Day itself! We wasted no time in opening it. I was able to snap one picture of the whole lot of goodies...
...before Thimble invaded the scene and helped herself:
Ellen must have some spectacular nip at her disposal, because Thimble and all the kitties went mad over these goodies. Above is Thimble having her way with the catnip mat and, although you can't see it, a crocheted red fish toy. At this point, Evan and Toby had run off with a green fish toy and the famous red and white hat, and Eddy was having fun with none other than the envelope all of these goodies arrived in. And, moments after this picture was snapped, Astrid ran off with the dog toy Ellen sent just for her!
Thank you, Ellen and kitties! Needless to say, we all love these goodies very much! I'll leave you with one last piece of evidence of this:
Happy Thursday, everybuddy!
Our Tip of the Day:
Another cleaning tip? If your cat or dog urinates out of the litter box or in the house, such as on a piece of furniture, consider using an enzyme spray when cleaning the area. Even if you've cleaned up the urine and you can no longer smell it, often your cat or dog can still smell it, and that can tempt them to urinate in that same spot again. This is when enzyme sprays come in handy, as they use enzymes to break up and neutralize that odor and therefore help to eliminate inappropriate urination.