Sometimes this little model is so overwhelmed by her own cuteness, that keeping her eyes open is a real challenge.
No matter. Even when Thimble fails to keep her eyes open, this momma of hers can't help but ooh and aww over her. (I'm sorry. Much shameless ogling of Thimble goes on over here. I can't help myself.)
We hope all of our furiends can keep their eyes open today! After all, tomorrow is Friday!
To see Eddy and Evan and plenty of other talented athletes competing in the Pawlympics Synchronized Napping event, be sure to visit Katy and Angel Bailey at Sheltie Times! And don't forget to visit Casey and Jessie for the Boxing event!
***Our Tip of the Day:
It's an age old debate, whether to let your furbaby sleep in your bed. For some people, there is the concern of allergies to cats and/or dogs, and the resulting sneezing and stuffy nose and other less than ideal symptoms. And of course there is the issue of unavoidable pet hair, dander, perhaps a bit of dirt or litter, and the variety of odors that come with pet parenting. That all being said, for those of us who wouldn't dream of keeping our furbaby off the bed, there are ways to help minimize excessive pet hair, dander, dirt, and odors accumulating on the bed. An obvious one is to clean all bed sheets and pillow cases regularly. You could also consider putting a special pet bed or blanket in your furbaby's favorite spot of the bed, and to encourage them to stay in that area of the bed, to help keep their hair and dander confined to as small of a space as possible. Or, especially during the day when the bed is not in use, put a spare blanket on top of the sheets and pillows to keep the accrual of hair and dander and odors on the primary bed sheets to a minimum. Many of us find it difficult, if not impossible, to refuse our furbaby access to the bed, but in such cases you simply need to find what sanitation methods work best to help you maintain a clean and healthy sleeping spot.