Oh, first, thank you all for the birthday wishes and for coming to my birthday bash yesterday! I hope you all had a blast. I know I did!
Now, today is none other than Thimble Thursday. You know what that means. Thimble pictures!
What the heck? That's not me!
Hmmm. It sure is shiny, though. And what a purrfect little thing to bat at. I sure do love slapping things around, after all.
So guess what? Though of course I didn't let that mom of mine catch it on camera, this here real Thimble slapped that there fake thimble all over the house! My momma had to go searching for it. She finally found where I had slapped it beneath the couch.
Well, I guess I'll let that count as this edition of Thimble Thursday. Would it be called Double Thimble Thursday, though? Or Thimble and Thimble Thursday? Twin Thimble Thursday? Hmmm. Well, no matter what it's called, at least I got to slap something around.
Happy Thursday to all of our furiends!
Oh, and of course I'm entering this into pawesome Brian's Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!
I am so thankful for fun things that I get to bat at and slap all around the house. And I'm thankful for my momma and her opposable thumbs, and my fursibs and all of my family, and of course all of you!
Our Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:Here's a repeat and logical tip that I'm sure all of you already know. Never leave small, potentially dangerous items lying around or unattended. Many kitties love to bat at and steal small items, and even if they don't chew on or eat them, other furbabies in a multipet household might. Ingestion of small items, such as paperclips, tie wraps, coins, lids, pens and pencils, and even those thimbles, could lead to choking hazards as well as intestinal obstruction or perforation. In that same line of thought, try not to turn potentially dangerous items into toys. It might be cute to watch your kitty bat a paperclip around, but if you were to lose track of it and your kitty or another furbaby in the house were to swallow it, there is always the chance that injury or some sort of damage could result. Always encourage your furbabies to play with their own, pet-friendly toys rather than non-toy objects they might stumble upon. After all, what do we always say? Better safe than sorry!