He's my little sentry kitty, making sure the neighbors and squirrels and bugs all stay in their rightful places outside. This, however, can be very tiring work.
Don't worry, though, because the door also serves as a purrfect pillow.
Oh, I'm sorry, Evan. Am I disrupting your beauty rest?
We hope all of our furiends had a lovely weekend and a wonderful Father's Day! Happy Monday!
Our Tip of the Day:
Even our furbabies come with paperwork, and it's important that we keep this paperwork all together and organized. It never hurts to have vet bills and medical history, rabies vaccination certificates, microchip information, and all other paperwork for your furbabies at the ready in case anything should happen. For example, if your furbaby were to require an emergency vet visit after hours or on a weekend, when your regular is not able to send over medical records, it can be of great benefit to the emergency vet if you are able to provide your pet's history. Having your furbabies' paperwork could also be of benefit if you were to travel with your furbaby, if you were to relocate or change vets, and even if your furbaby were to become lost. So, although paperwork may not be fun to sort through and store, please be sure to keep your furbaby's records organized and on hand.