Shine bright, angels.
Of course, don't forget to visit Athena to see what other furiends have created!
A lovely day to all!
Our Tip of the Day:
Thinking about the loss of a furbaby is never easy, and of course neither is going through that loss when it occurs. So that you don't have to worry about such things during goodbyes, consider using your furbaby's youthful years to think ahead to what all you might want as a keepsake or memory after they are gone from this earth. Do you think you would you like a clay paw? You can buy kits to do this at home, or even look up ways to make your own. Similarly, for those kitties and pups who tolerate it, you can get pet-safe paint and create paw print art that way. You can even do this throughout their life, getting paw prints when they are kittens, and then more throughout their adulthood. What about your furbaby's hair, or whiskers? When your furbaby loses these throughout their life, perhaps collect them then. Though we know that everyone has different tastes, and some may want this while others won't, there are even companies who will place some of your furbaby's blood into pieces of jewelry. If this is something you might like, you can look into it and perhaps talk to your veterinarian about pulling a couple extra drops of blood during your furbaby's next blood draw. And don't forget the power that simple photographs and photo albums can hold, and consider keeping up on these when your furbabies are young. Sadly, our kitties and pups cannot stay with us forever, but their memories can.