Can you guess to whom those spindly little photobombing whiskers belong to? The answer is this guy:
That's right. The other mancat around these parts, housemate Toby, apparently didn't want Evan snapping any new shots to share with you today. That, or perhaps he just wanted a long-awaited turn at the front door.
Don't worry, though, Evan handled the situation like a pro. You know, by spitting a nice raspberry in Toby's direction:
Well, there's nothing like a pair of bickering mancats to start off Monday for you.
We hope everybuddy's week starts off purrfectly!
Our Tip of the Day:
In a multicat home, wrestling or boxing matches between even buddy cats is not all that uncommon. Keep in mind, though, that even if in good fun, scuffles between cats can result in a variety of potential injuries. Cats can leave on one another scratches, bites, and even injuries to the eyes. So, especially if kitty wrestling and boxing matches are commonplace at your house, try to make a habit of regularly checking your felines for potential injuries. For example, check for abscesses on your kitty, as these can sometimes mean infected wounds from the bite of another kitty. And, always monitor the appearance of your kitty's eyes, as all it takes is one swipe from another kitty's claw to cause a corneal abrasion and possible infection in the eye. And, of course, should you ever find any injuries on your furbaby that prove deep, unhealing, or in any way concerning, please consult a veterinarian.