I figured I'd use this post to show you something.
See me looking out the window there? That's me taking in the sights of our back yard.
There is a nice and cozy couch for me to lounge on while I look out the back window. But, as many of our furiends already know, I much prefer looking out the front door. Right now, though, the view from the front door isn't all that great.
In fact, I had that mom of mine snap a shot of our front door view right now. Want to see it?
Anyway, luckily, my mom says they should be done making a mess this week. That means my good ol' view out the front door will be back!
I hope all of our furiends are getting lots of great views out of their windows these days! Happy Mancat Monday!
Our Doodle of the Day:
P.S. Apparently the mom here has decided that she wants to doodle some healthy food art. For the record, I don't like bananas. So I told her she better make that obvious in her weird doodle.
Our Tip of the Day:If you are informed of construction or other similar work being done near your home, always be sure to take into account how this might affect your furbaby. For example, prepare to take measures to keep down the noise from any machinery, even as simply as by closing windows and curtains to drown out sounds and sights, and even playing music to mask the noise. If necessary, also make sure that you have a safe means of taking your furbaby in and out of the house. For example, if your pup needs to go outside to relieve his or herself, try to minimize stress by using a route in and out of the house that is the farthest away from the construction as possible. If relevant or possible, also consider scheduling events such as vet visits around the construction, so as to minimize your furbaby's exposure to it. Also take into consideration any outdoor kitties or pups in your care, and try to do your best to ensure their safety during construction or other neighborhood work. Of course, also ensure that your indoor furbabies are not able to escape outside. Some furbabies might dart out the door in panic if frightened by the sights or sounds outside, so you might consider blocking access to doors, or providing safe areas of the house where your furbabies can stay during this time.