Nothing like a good ol' slap fest to wake you up in the morning.
And of course, once the human is awake, it's nap time!
Do any of our furiends like to wake up the humans? Who else besides Thimble is a living, breathing, cuter than cute alarm clock?
Now, wake-up calls aside, it's Thimble's turn to show off her furry foodie art. One of Thimble's favorite treats is none other than ham baby food. Thanks to angel Rosie and her geriatric diet, Thimble was introduced to ham baby food early on, and she has loved it every since. It's not like this human here can say no to the little ladycat, so of course ham baby food is always kept on hand here at our house. That being said, I just wasn't feeling it when I went to draw Thimble enjoying herself a pork roast, nor was an artsy bottle of baby food all that aesthetically pleasing. So, ultimately, this happened:
Thimble wants to know what all of her furiends like to eat as a nice little treat? Does anybuddy else have a piggy affinity?
Happy Thursday to all!
Our Tip of the Day:Don't forget to always have a nighttime routine that allows both you and your furbaby to get sufficient rest. For example, make sure your pup or kitty has at least one or more sleeping places that they know is just for them and where they can therefore turn in for the night, whether it be a special pet bed, piece of furniture, or even a particular spot on your bed. For those furbabies who tend to get hungry at night or wake you up for food, perhaps save one of their meals for just before bedtime, so that they feel full before retiring for the night. And, for those furbabies such as kitties, who might have a tendency to be nocturnal, make sure there are toys available in the house for them to entertain themselves should they feel the urge to play at night. Also always make sure that your pup has had a chance to use the great outdoor restroom before bed, and that your kitty's litter box is clean. As always, if you have any concerns regarding your furbaby's sleep habits, contact your veterinarian.