Anyway, today's selfies are brought to you by another particular kitty who assisted me in this challenge.
Black and white Toby wanted a shot in, well, black and white. But, he sort of forgot to look at the camera. He tried to remedy that, and then even turned on some color.
Let's be honest, getting photos without furbabies is next to impossible here at our house. That's okay, though, this here human doesn't mind one bit. The furry cuties are the only photogenic things around here anyway.
So, Toby is of course entering his furry assistant shots into the Sunday Selfies blog hop, hosted by our pals over at The Cat on My Head.
Happy Sunday to all of you friends of ours!
***Our Doodle of they Day:
***Our Tip of the Day:
A discussion on Thanksgiving dinner foods would not be complete without noodles, would it? If noodles are a part of your holiday meal, it could be considered safe to feed your furbaby a small amount of plain noodles. Noodles can be a good source of energy in the form of carbohydrates, but of course they are best enjoyed in moderation for your furbaby. That being said, as always, also do consider any ingredients added the noodles. Do not feed your pup or kitty noodles that include garlic or onion, for example, or that include any fatty or other sauces that might lead to gastrointestinal upset, pancreatitis, or other issues. So, if your furbaby fancies a taste of pasta, as long as it's plain, they can enjoy a little taste.