It's Evan here today to share a selfie with you. This is an extra special selfie, too. You see, I snapped this selfie while sitting in one of the gifts we received from our pawsome Secret Santa Paws. That's right, this here mom of ours finally let us open our gifts from our Secret Paws!
My selfie is maybe not all that great of a shot, but I couldn't help it. I was just so excited!
Can you guess who our Secret Santa Paws is? Can you? Well, you'll have to keep guessing, as we're cruel and are going to make you wait a couple more days before we give any other details. It won't be long, though, as the day after Christmas we'll be sharing our Secret Paws loot with you all!
We sure hit the jackpot with our Secret Paws. And to be honest, though I'm sure the other furbabies and myself will love the goodies our mom got us for Christmas, everything else will probably pale in comparison to all the purrfect goodies our Secret Paws sent us. We just love all of it!
So, that's my little preview of our Secret Paws loot. We'll show you the rest of our jackpot in just a couple of days. In the meantime, I'm entering that there selfie of mine into the Sunday Selfies blog hop, hosted by none other than the Kitties Blue of The Cat on My Head.
Wishing you all a fun and festive Christmas Eve!
Our Festive Doodle of the Day:
Who else is watching and waiting for Santa Paws to fly up in his sleigh?
He'll be here in no time!
Our Tip of the Day:It's time for us to sound like a broken record! During your holiday festivities, please remember to be cognizant of what foods are around and which ones might pose a threat to your furbabies. For example, don't leave chocolate or alcohol sitting around if your furbaby might try to steal it, as both are toxic to kitties and pups. Other potentially dangerous foods, as you've certainly heard us mention before, include garlic, onion, grapes, raisins, yeast dough, fatty foods, excess salt, excess sugar, foods containing certain artificial sweeteners, and a variety of nuts, among others. So, as always, do be sure to keep any and all potentially dangerous foods well out of reach of your furbaby during your Christmas celebrations. If you want your kitty or pup to have a festive little treat, stick to pet-friendly foods, such as those formulated for cats and dogs, or vegetables, fruits, or other human foods that are known to be safe. Your furbaby can indeed have some festive, tasty treats for Christmas, just as long as they are safe!