Z is indeed for Zebra. What's more, this striped horse is here today to help us celebrate the birthday of a certain striped ladycat. And that would be...
That's right, today is the day we celebrate this happy and fun and active little lady's 2nd birthday!
The birthday girl has already informed me that she will be spending her big day bouncing off of walls and throwing around her favorite toys, those being milk carton lids and rings. She wants all of her furiends to feel free to join in on these festivities! (Good luck keeping up with this girl, though.)
Though the birthday girl herself has no interest in silly things like treats and yummy goodness in cans, we'll still be serving these at her party. So, grab yourself a dish and feast away!
Your momma hopes you have a most purrfect birthday, Eddy!
Oh, and of course Eddy snapped these birthday shots for the Sunday Selfies blog hop, hosted by the Kitties Blue of The Cat on My Head.
Don't forget to visit the Kitties Blue to see some fantastic selfies taken by some fantastic furiends!
Our Tip of the Day:
How about an obvious tip today, one that I'm sure you all already know? When you have a kitty or pup, especially if they are still being trained or if they are a known kleptomaniac, always be cautious of what items you leave lying around.unattended. You know your furbaby best, so always keep potentially tempting or dangerous items out of their reach when you unable to monitor them. If your pup likes chomping on shoes, for example, keep them all tucked away in closets or other safe hiding places. And if your kitty likes turning any and every little item into a hockey puck or chew toy, be sure not to leave any such items, such as twist ties or bits of hardware, on counters, tables, or the floor when you leave the room. Ingestion of foreign objects can lead to bowel perforation or obstruction, among other medical emergencies, so always try to head off any such emergencies before they happen.