See those orange stripes? Evan is quite proud of them!
What kind of Tuesday are you all celebrating today? Tabby Tuesday? Toesies Tuesday? Tummy Tuesday? Tuxie Tuesday? Tortie Tuesday? No matter what kind it is, happy Tuesday!
Our Doodle of the Day:
I wish I could take credit for this festively fun play on words.
Alas, though, I cannot. I saw it on my good pal Pinterest.
Our Tip of the Day:We just yesterday talked about how plain green beans can make for a good treat for your furbaby, and previously about how the same goes for potatoes. Today, we'll mention a couple of other vegetables that your furbaby can eat as a safe treat on Thanksgiving, or any day. Carrots, for example, are one vegetable that can be very healthy and nutritious for pups and kitties. Other safe options include broccoli, celery, cucumbers, spinach, and peas. As we've said many times before, though, it is very important to feed even healthy treats in moderation, but also to take into consideration any ingredients added to the vegetables. Onion, garlic, sugar, excess salt, and a variety of other potential spices can be toxic or can lead to issues such as gastrointestinal distress, as you likely already know. Again, it is possible for your furbaby to enjoy that upcoming Thanksgiving dinner with you, as long as you choose safe, healthy options for them!