This time around, Thimble couldn't decide if she wanted to showcase her big eyes, her adorable nose, or her whiskers. So, she decided to simply show them all off in one selfie. How do you think she did?
Thimble hopes all of her friends enjoyed seeing her bold and beautiful eyes, her cute little nose, and her wonderful whiskers. Now we can't wait to see the selfies you all have snapped!
(P.S. Many of you have said that you really like our previous pumpkin header. Don't worry! It will be our header once again after Halloween. Also, we're thinking we might make a similar one especially for Halloween. Perhaps one starring some cat-o'-lanterns?)
Our Artsy Fartsy Endeavor of the Day:
Just as with the past few years, I'll be having fun at lots of arts and craft fairs this holiday season. The first art fair is next weekend, which means I've been preparing by doodling up lots of new experiments. These two pins made out of upcycled cardboard are a couple of those experiments.
Our Tip of the Day:
We have talked about looking for behavioral signs of an ailing furbaby, such as aggression and a change in vocalization. To go with these, also keep an eye out for other potential behavioral symptoms. For example, is your usually social cat or dog suddenly hiding more? Hiding can mean discomfort or pain. There are other altered behaviors to look out for as well, even ones such as standing in corners or spinning in circles. Another serious symptom is head pressing, which is when a dog or cat might firmly press their head against walls or against your leg. These can be signs of neurological disorders, cognitive dysfunction, or other similar ailments. So, never forget to always be aware of both your furbaby's physical and behavioral status, as both can give an indication as to your cat or dog's health.