Thimble is quite proud of the classic tabby "M" on her cute little brow. Here, would you like a nice little side shot of it, too?
We want to wish a happy Tuesday to all of our friends, tabby and not tabby!
Our Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:Today's tip is yet another reminder on how to keep an eye out for signs of an ailing furbaby. This tip focuses on the mouth. A cat or dog's mouth can give some relatively obvious signs that something is amiss. For example, if a furbaby shows an unwillingness or inability to chew or eat, this is clearly a sign that something is off, especially for furbabies who are typically more ravenous eaters. Other signs to watch out for include if a previously tidy eater begins having food or excess saliva falling from their mouth, either during or after eating. Such an issue could arise from infected, fractured, or otherwise damaged teeth, as well as a mass in the mouth or even painful gums. And don't forget about that breath, as foul breath could indicate an infection in the mouth or any number of other issues. Any such oral symptoms could of course arise from diseases or injuries directly related to the mouth, but they could also be a sign that something is amiss elsewhere in the body. In cats, for example, kidney disease can lead to characteristic malodorous breath. So, whether it be a bad breath, difficulty eating, or any other abnormality, do be sure to consult a veterinarian with any concerns about your furbaby.