Thimble was all for being our selfie model this week. She had her photo shoot location picked out and was all ready. But, do you know what happened? She was photobombed.
That's right. Do you see Toby there? He's sort of hard to miss. He's our housemate, as he owns this human's sister, who lives with us. He is also Thimble's biological brother, and a professional photobomber.
Boys. Can't live with them. And, well, can't live with them.
Are there any other professional photobombers out there? Come on, it's okay to admit it. Surely Toby isn't the only the one.
We're wishing everybuddy a superb Sunday!
Our Doodle of the Day:
We have another one of our experimental cardboard necklaces to share with you today.
We don't know how useful these little pieces really are, but we're sure having fun doodling them up.
Our Tip of the Day:
We mentioned yesterday some of the potential outdoor seasonal dangers, such as acorns and even fallen leaves. During the autumn months, one obvious way to prevent your furbaby from getting into trouble with these is by keeping those leaves raked up. Raking may not always be fun, but that autumnal layer of leaves on the ground can harbor various issues, mold being one of these. Not only could mold lead to possible intestinal distress if leaves are consumed by your pup or kitty, but mold can also be an allergen and can cause respiratory effects. Mold is just one allergen that fallen leaves can harbor, though, and these allergens can even stay with your furbaby on their paws and coat and thereby continue to bother them later. Of course, a layer of leaves can also hide other potential dangers, such as sharp sticks. So, to prevent potential injury as well as to soothe allergies and asthma, it might be best for your furbaby’s health to simply ensure those leaves are all raked up. If that is not possible, though, or if you find yourself at a location thick with fallen leaves, perhaps simply try to keep your furbaby from walking through or playing in the leaves. Autumn can be a beautiful time of year, but that doesn’t mean it’s without potential dangers.