Hmmm. I spot something in the distance.
What could it be? Let's get a closer look.
Oh, I see it now. That's what we call the Wild Thimble. It's probably best if you keep your distance, as this creature can be quite dangerous. You see that poor rug all out of sorts there, and that hapless napkin just lying there? Well, it seems as if they've fallen victim to this vicious beast.
The Wild Thimble is known for playing coy and acting uninterested...
...but don't be fooled. When you're least expecting it, the Wild Thimble will attack!
That poor rug never even saw it coming.
Our Tip of the Day:
Hand sanitizer may be beneficial in keeping human hands free of bacteria and other unsanitary agents, but keep in mind that it can be poisonous to cats and dogs. Hand sanitizer contains ethanol, which is an alcohol. As mentioned in a previous tip, alcohol is poisonous to our furbabies, and that therefore includes hand sanitizer. Although it could be considered largely unpalatable, hand sanitizer can nonetheless have dangerous effects if ingested in large amounts by a cat or dog. So, be careful when using or storing hand sanitizer around your cats and dogs!