...which seemed perfectly apt, since she is the primary reason this new toy was purchased. Why is that? Because Thibmle is the master at batting and shoving any and all toys under any and every piece of furniture. Honestly, the girl can turn a room full of toys into a wasteland of kitty boredom in a matter of seconds.
So, this house will now be getting more toys that cannot be lost beneath every couch and chair around. This new toy is a hit so far. Thimble loves it and can play with it for hours...
...Oh, hello, Eddy. Yep, Eddy loves the toy, too. You know how we just said that Thimble can play with this toy for hours? Well, Eddy can play with it for hours and then some. She'll spin that ball round and round until the cows come home. And even after that. Apparently 3 o'clock in the morning is a prime time to play with this thing.
Now, Eddy, don't be a toy hog.
Okay, it looks like it's Evan's turn.
He loves the toy as well. His bouts of play with it are a bit more brief than Thimble and Eddy's, but also far more fierce. He's very proud of his skills...
...Oh, hello again, Eddy. Yes, we know you like the toy. Now, can someone else have a turn?
Happy Tuesday, everybuddy!
***Our Tip of the Day:
April is Heartworm Awareness Month, so today's tip is a reminder to please consider giving your furbabies heartworm prevention. Mosquitoes can transmit heartworms to dogs and cats, and it is a very serious and potentially fatal condition. Although treatable in dogs, it can be a lengthy and costly process, and lasting damage can still result, so using prevention is the most advisable option. In cats, heartworm treatment doe not work, making prevention the only option. So, please do consider giving heartworm prevention to your furbabies!