And then we'll be napping.
Happy Tuesday, everybuddy!
***Our Tip of the Day:
It sure is fun to watch all of the bunnies this time of year. However, keep in mind that rabbits are just one animal that has been known to carry and transfer the bacterial disease known as tularemia. This can especially be a potential risk for outdoor cats, who hunt and catch prey, as they can contract the disease if they come in contact with and ingest the tissue of an infected animal. This bacterial disease can also be contracted through means such as tick bites as well as through water. It can also be contracted by humans, dogs, and a number of other species. It can present with acute fever, lethargy, inappetance, and any number of other severe signs and symptoms. If you have any concern that your kitty, or even your pup, may have contracted it, especially if they have recently been known to be in contact with a rabbit or other potential carrier of the bacterial disease, contact your veterinarian immediately.
Hi There Thimble. That tummy does look like it needs some good rubbing. Hope you got some. You all have a great day.
Enjoy showing your pretty tummy off Thimble.
Thimble has a cute little tummy- I wish I could rub it. We have a rabbit the cats like to hunt from window to window, but they can't get it from indoors.
Great way to start out a Tuesday!
That's a cute tummy you have, Thimble. :)
You sure have a yummy tummy!
That sounds like a perfect Tuesday to me!
Thimble, you sure do know how to show off that terrific tummy. :)
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