There's the wet nose.
As for a skeleton, that just so happens to be today's prompt for JNW's Halloween Challenge. So, here you go:
Happy Wednesday to all!
Our Tip of the Day:
Today's tip is a logical one that I'm sure you all know. And that is, if you have any concern at all that your furbaby might have broken or fractured a bone, consult a veterinarian immediately. If your furbaby ever has a traumatic event, such as being hit by a car, falling out of a window, or being involved in any other such trauma, it is always wise to get them to a veterinarian as soon as possible to rule out any damage. Don't forget that even accidents, such as legs and paws and tails getting caught in doors or being stepped on, could lead to potential bone damage. And don't forget that our furbabies, such as our tough kitties, are often great at hiding pain, so even no or just mild signs of injury could make a trip to the vet a wise decision. In the case of any incident, x-rays and other tests can be performed to determine if there are any broken or fractured bones, or other injuries. What's more, the faster such an injury is treated, the easier the rehabilitation will likely be.