Thimble has been waiting to show off these toesies of hers for days now.
Goodness, Thimble, try not to look so thrilled.
Oh, my apologies. I didn't realize it was past your nap time.
Thimble is wishing our furiends a happy Toesies Tuesday, filled with plenty of snoozies!
Our Tip of the Day:Does your kitty or pup snore? In many cases, this is perfectly normal. Snoring more or less results from the airway passages vibrating, which can be more likely to happen when an animal is asleep and therefore relaxed. This is most common in short-nosed breeds, such Persian and Himalayan cats, and Boston Terriers and French Bulldogs. It is also common in overweight furbabies, as well as when an animal is simply sleeping in position that might prompt snoring, and of course in those furbabies who simply have a harmless tendency to snore. Sometimes, though, snoring can be a cause for concern. If your furbaby has never been a snorer but begins doing so, be sure to monitor this and consult a veterinarian if there is any concern. What's more, if your furbaby is snoring abnormally and it is accompanied by other symptoms, such as discharge from the eyes or nose, sneezing, coughing, or wheezing, this could be related to allergies, a URI, asthma, or any upper respiratory or other similar ailment. It would also be cause for concern if your usually non-snoring furbaby begins snoring as well as begins displaying a lack of appetite, lethargy, or any other serious signs of illness. You know your furbaby best. Therefore, if there is any abnormal change noted in your furbaby's sleeping habits, including snoring, please consult a veterinarian.