Have any of our furiends ever taken a picture of their whiskers? Do your whiskers ever hijack your selfies?
We hope everybuddy is having a wonderful weekend! Happy Sunday!
Our Tip of the Day:I've mentioned before the importance of cat whiskers. Keep in mind, though, that our pups also have whiskers. Although perhaps not as many as cats, and perhaps not used as heavily as those of cats, dog whiskers nonetheless serve the same sort of sensory purpose as those of kitties. Whiskers help both cats and dogs understand and navigate their surroundings. These whiskers are, understandably, very sensitive features, and for this reason try to always remember to be gentle with them and to not comb or in other ways bother the whiskers, as this can be uncomfortable for our furbabies. Never pull your furbabies' whiskers, and teach children to treat them with the same consideration. And, of course, never cut your cat or dog's whiskers. This is not only uncomfortable and painful for the furbaby, but also takes away some of their navigational abilities. Treat those wonderful whiskers well!