No other furbabies would give me toesies shots for today, not even my model girl Thimble. Perhaps that's because Thimble has been busy on duty. You see, she's my self-designated tech support.
Whenever I need assistance with my computer, Thimble is always (always) more than willing to help. When error messages appear on the screen (error messages which or may not have resulted from furry paws stomping on the keyboard), Thimble will get down to the nitty-gritty to figure out the problem.
Thanks for the, um, "help", Thimble! I don't know what I'd do without your expertise.
Wishing everybuddy a happy Tuesday!
Our Tip of the Day:
Purring has been proven not only to comfort cats themselves, but also humans. There are a number of research studies that have found purring to be beneficial for both feline and human psyche, but also for both of them physically. I'm sure many of us have heard of the encouraging study results saying that a purring cat relieves stress, both for the cat and the human. Petting a purring cat has been found to reduce blood pressure as well as reduce the risk of a heart attack. Did you know, though, that some studies even point to the potential conclusion that the vibrations of a purr can help heal injured muscles and bones, as well as possibly help to heal infections and swellings? So, today's tip is simple and easy - don't ever forget to pet your kitty, and let him or her purr away!