Toby, for those who might not know or remember, is our housemate. He is the kitty master of this human's sister, but also happens to be Thimble's biological brother. Let's just suffice it to say that our family tree has a lot of branches. That aside, though, our Santa Paws certainly didn't forget our house bro Toby in their gift to us!
And what was inside that bag of goodies!
If you can tell in the midst of that mess we made, Toby got him some sparkly crinkle balls! Toby tends to love anything that is bright and shiny, and anything that is, well, a ball. So these are purrfect, Santa Paws! Thank you bunches!
In between bouts of play with his crinkle balls, Toby also helped the rest of the crew here test out the oodles of other goodies.
But, Toby's going to stay mum about what all else he helped test out. After all, Astrid, Thimble, and Eddy all still have plenty of goodies to show you this week. So, the festivities will continue tomorrow!
Before we head out, though, here's today's art:
The only explanation I can offer for this doodle is that I wanted to draw something inspired by Toby. Since Toby is a black little mancat who also happens to be a grabby kitty and a thief of items like socks, the above is what came about.
We hope everybuddy is having a very merry week!
Our Tip of the Day:Despite common belief, cats and dogs are not truly color blind. Research has shown that, although they certainly see the world differently than us humans, both cats and dogs can see at least some colors. That being said, some cats and dogs might show an awareness of or even a preference to the color of certain objects. This is perhaps something to keep in the back of your mind, since this could potentially affect certain furbabies' daily habits. For example, some cats or dogs might show a preference to bowl coloration, such as if they dislike drinking out of a bowl that is dark in color, or eating out of one that is bright or shiny. There are also those animals that might show a preference to the color of certain toys. So, always remember that, like us, our furbabies can be unique in their preferences, and this may very well include coloration.