This momma knows better, though, and always asks Thimble to please say, "Cheese!"
But if a girl doesn't want to, she's not going to.
Well, Thimble, at least your chin is pretty darn cute.
Happy Thursday to all of our furiends!
Our Tip of the Day:
Did you know that cats can get acne? It typically first manifests as dark spots, or blackheads, on the cat's chin, so be sure to do regular checks of that area on your kitty. Feline acne could potentially be caused by any number of things, including stress, poor grooming habits, low immune response, sensitivity or allergies to foods or other environmental conditions, and even ringworm or other underlying dermatological conditions. In some cases, acne can lead to swelling, and it can become itchy and lead the affected kitty to scratch at it, causing further trauma to the chin and surrounding areas. If you see acne on your kitty, therefore, do consider consulting your veterinarian and having it checked out. Your vet can rule out any underlying issues, and can prescribe any necessary treatments, depending on the cause and severity of the acne. Sometimes all it takes is a little cleaning or a simple topical treatment. Even kitties can't escape acne sometimes, so be sure to be on the lookout.