The short explanation is that I've always loved to read, daydream, and overall hide away from reality at times. Honestly, there's something fun about escaping the world around you and traveling into the world of a good book or even just into the world inside your own mind. What's more, as a child, my furry friends would always be right by my side for all of these personal little adventures of mine. They were my playmates, my lending ears, my best friends.
And so, this one is for my furry childhood companions, who went on many, many adventures with me.
If all goes as planned, our Sunday Selfie post tomorrow will include some tidbits to let you all get to know these furbabies a little more. So stay tuned!
My furbabies and I want to wish everybuddy a beautiful Caturday!
Our Tip of the Day:
Yesterday I offered a brief list of some of the most common symptoms of allergies in furbabies. What types of things can cause these symptoms, though? The answer is, pretty much the same kinds of things that can leave us humans itchy and snuffling and irritated. Allergens for our furbabies can include grass, pollen, dust and dander, mold, and flea bites. Of course, there are plenty of non-seasonal allergens as well, such as certain foods and shampoos. If your furbaby starts displaying signs of allergies, try to pinpoint when it flares up and what your furbaby is being exposed to at that time. If it's primarily after strolls outside or while windows are open, then it could very likely be airborne allergies to pollen or other seasonal allergens. On the other hand, if allergy symptoms arise after your furbaby has started on a new food or started a new bottle of shampoo, then those can be indications as well. As always, if you are concerned your furbaby suffers from allergies, don't hesitate to contact your veterinarian.