Thimble isn't the only tabby around here who wanted to partake in this fun blog hop, though. Which brings us to our next question. And that is, who here remembers Trapper? The short answer is that Trapper is Thimble's look-a-like litter mate, and he owns my parents (Thimble's Pawpaw and Gammy). When I visited my parents' house with my camera in hand the other day, Trapper was all over the opportunity. He realized Sunday was coming up, and Sunday means selfies, so he eagerly offered up this:
Can you see the resemblance? Trapper has 10 lbs on Thimble, though, being a big boy who weighs in at 20 lbs. But, that doesn't mean the handsome fella can't strike a pose like Thimble, or have the cutest little Thimble-esque expressions, or get called Thimble all the time by this here human because sometimes he just looks so much like the little girl herself.
Do any of our furiends have a doppleganger? A look-a-like? A twin?
Speaking of mirror images, here's our doodle for today:
Our Tip of the Day:Always consider whether even a seemingly simple or commonplace item in your home could potentially harm your furbaby. Just one example of this is a reclining chair. Such chairs, especially those that have a leg rest that swings out, could easily get a kitty or pup into trouble. A cat or small dog, for example, might crawl under the chair when the leg rest is out, which could lead to them not only being trapped in the chair but injured in the process. For that matter, even a typical chair must be moved with caution with a furbaby is around. After all, without caution, a chair leg could land on a kitty or pup's furry toes if not careful. Therefore, always simply be cognizant of the items in your home and how to keep your furbaby safe around them.