Hmmm. How about something a little more, um, flattering?
Goodness, try not to look so happy, Thimble.
I guess my usual Little Miss Sunshine just wasn't feeling it. Fear not, though, because this little cutie never stays dour for long. More often than not, she just can't help but be a goofy little cuddle bug, and I wouldn't have it any other way.
Happy Thursday to all of our furiends!
Our Tip of the Day:
If your cat's favorite scratching post starts to look especially well-loved and ragged, perhaps consider revamping it rather than tossing it out. Even if it starts to lose its aesthetic appeal, throwing away that beloved scratching post could be hard on your kitty. After all, if the scratching post is looking ratty, it's because your kitty loves it! Although this largely depends on the individual cat and his or her tendencies, there's the chance that your kitty will have little interest in a new scratching post and might instead start sharpening its claws on furniture, carpet, or another unfortunate surface if that favorite scratching post suddenly disappears. That being said, consider getting some sisal rope to refresh your kitty's favorite scratching post once it starts looking past its prime. This won't only keep your kitty happy, but will also potentially spare your furniture and save you money by keeping you from having to purchase a new scratching post.