If you guessed kangaroo, you're right!
Now, Thimble told me that I couldn't take too long today on the A to Z Challenge today. Why? Because, well, Thursday is her day to show off just how cute she is. Duh!
When Thimble found out that Evan got to show off his whiskers on Monday, she decided that she simply had to show off hers as well.
Thimble wasn't about to let Evan best her in the whisker department, so she gifted you with these shots!
Of course, we wouldn't want to miss out on the fantastic Brian's Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.
Thimble is thankful for her trusty whiskers, for her beloved windows, and for beautiful Spring days. And, as always, all of us here are thankful for our family and friends!
Have a beautiful day!
Our Tip of the Day:Does your kitty tend to scatter litter everywhere? If so, there are some potential solutions to prevent litter from scattering too far from the box. If your kitty is physically fit and does not suffer from mobility issues such as arthritis, then one potential fix is to get a box with higher sides, so that the litter is less likely to fly from the box with your kitty. Another option is to get some sort of second, larger container in which to put the litter box. You can try using a large storage container, a large boot tray, or anything similar, and place the litter box inside of it. This way, the litter is more likely to stay confined to that area rather than continue its path along the floor and throughout the house. Of course, there are also litter mats available on the market, which can be placed outside of the litter box and which are designed to trap litter rather than allow it to scatter across the floor beyond. And, of course, it never hurts to leave a broom and dustpan nearby, so that you can sweep up loose litter each time you scoop the box. Our kitties may be litter enthusiasts, but that doesn't mean it can't be contained!