We bet all of you friends of ours have been good all year, and will be getting lots of goodies! The best part is having family, friends, and a forever home, though, isn't it? This time of year, we purr and pray extra hard that all homeless furbabies will soon know the love of a family and home of their own. Can you make that happen, Santa Paws? We're purring and praying for this.
Of course, our doodle up there is our contribution to Athena's Caturday Art blog hop.
Happy Caturday to all! And don't forget to bake Santa Paws some cookies!
Our Tip of the Day:
This time of year, our houses are often more full of potential dangers. For this reason, before you leave your furbaby home unattended, whether it be just shortly or for a long while, be sure to make the house a safe place for them to stay. For example, unplug the Christmas tree lights and other similar decorations so that they can not harm themselves. Another important consideration are candy or snack bowls, or dishes in general. Don't leave candy or other finger foods out where your furbaby could consume potentially toxic foods. Also be sure to clear the table and keep dirty plates away from your kitty or pup, to avoid them licking or eating dangerous remnants. In addition, don't forget about the trash bin. Be sure to empty it or conceal it from your furbaby, especially if it contains any turkey bones or other hazardous materials. Our festivities this time of year can often mean risks for our furbabies, so be sure to take all such aspects into consideration, especially before you leave your furbaby home alone.