Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Toesies Tuesday

Yesterday, Evan showed you how a mancat snoozes on a Barney the Dinosaur sleeping bag that he inherited from his momma. Today, he shows you another similar shot, only this time focusing on those toesies of his. After all, it is Toesies Tuesday!


And can you guess what happened next? He got photobombed!


Can you tell what you're looking at? That blur above Evan's cute little paw is camera hog Thimble. That girl will do just about anything to make her way into a shot. Evan didn't mind, though. After all, he slept right through this photobombing incident.

Anybuddy else have some toesies to show off today? Even if you don't, happy Toesies Tuesday to you!


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Our Doodle of the Day:

Just kidding! We would never cut you.
(You can totally blame this here human for this one. I have a twisted sense of humor.
I also have a shirt with this sentiment on it. I wear it every Monday.)



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Our Tip of the Day:
It is possible for a cat's claws to grow too long and to curl into their pads if left untended. This is especially the case for cats who do not prefer to use scratching posts or who don't chew down their claws, as many cats do. When this occurs, it can of course be very painful for the cat, and the nail will have to be cut and removed from the paw pad. Oftentimes, antibiotics are then required as part of healing process, especially since a kitty's foot is exposed to a variety of microbes in their litter box. All of this being said, never forget to check and trim your cat's claws regularly. Although scheduled trimmings can vary based on a given cat's particular activity level, physiology, and overall health, it is sometimes suggested that the claws of the front paws be trimmed every 2 weeks, and those on the back paws at least once a month. When in doubt, consult with your veterinarian about the best schedule and method for trimming your kitty's nails. Of course, don't forget those pups out there, as their claws can also grow too long and in this way lead to difficult or painful ambulation.

11 comments:

  1. Those are some great toes, Evan. Thanks for showing them to us. Have a super day.

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  2. Cute toesies, Evan. We think Thimble wanted to show her toesies too.

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  3. Those are the cutest pink toe beans ever Evan. I would kiss them-and I know where they have been :) I would have guessed Eddy being a blur, not Thimble. That is a cute drawing and funny. It would make a cool shirt. Great tip, I know I have to always check Polar Bears extra toe because that one gets long and curls in.

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  4. Love dem toesies! And I like your sense of humor. :-)

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  5. Usually when we see blurs around here, it's Eddy ... but then again, she doesn't seem to volunteer for pictures either. Evan's toesies are purr-fect. I'm not entirely sure why their paws capture our imaginations and hearts as they do ... but I'm not complaining either :)

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  6. noe toez two show heer two day but yurz bee awesum dood !!! :) ♥♥

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  7. Those are lovely toesies, Evan. Purrs

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  8. I really will cut you! MOL! No apologies. TW worries because my dew claw is getting very long. It's impossible for even the vet to trim it.

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  9. Cute toesies! And we think speed-of-light photobombs dont count (since they cant be seen very well)

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  10. Such adorable toesies, Evan. And Thimble, that was one speedy photobomb, girlfriend! :)

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