Our first selfie of the day is a special one, and it's brought to you by the ever active Eddy. It's special not only because it was taken in one of Eddy's rare moments of relaxation, but because it was taken while she helped me complete the wedding art for none other than the Kitties Blue ladycat Astrid and her now hubbycat Sampson (of Kitty Kat Chronicles). Eddy waited weeks to share this selfie until today, because she wanted to use it to congratulate Astrid and Sampy, who just tied the knot this weekend during the BlogPaws Conference. So, congratulations to Astrid and Sampy, from Eddy and all of us!
Although they didn't snap any shots of them helping me create Astrid and Sampy's wedding art, my other furbabies have some selfies to share nonetheless.
Thimble took a break from a recent nap to snap this selfie:
Evan took a break from his sentry duty at the door to snap this one:
And Astrid refused to take a break from her sentry duty and so refused to look at the camera for this selfie:
Happy Sunday to all of our furiends!
Our Tip of the Day:
Especially if you have a cat food loving dog, a toddler, or any other form of potential cat food thief, perhaps consider elevating your cat's food dish to a level unreachable by such thieves. Cats can jump as much as seven times their own height. That makes it easy to designate a particular shelf, counter, table, or any other elevated surface as your cat's feeding station, should the need arise. Of course, keep in mind any special conditions your kitty might have when selecting a location for their food bowl. If your kitty is overweight, older, has arthritis, or has any condition that makes jumping difficult, consider this before elevating his or her food bowl very high, if even elevating it at all. Even for a young and fit kitty, though, you can always make it easier on them by placing the food dish somewhere elevated but also somewhere that has some form of pathway or makeshift stair steps (such as other pieces of furniture) leading up to it.