And in case you were wondering, you are more than welcome to give that nose of hers a little smooch. Thimble loves kisses!
Thimble wants to remind everyone to visit the Kitties Blue over at The Cat on My Head, where you can see what all shots our friends snapped for the Sunday Selfies blog hop.
Happy Sunday to all!
Our Doodle of the Day:Today is none other than National Dress Your Pet Up Day. As we've mentioned before, we are being reminded of all of these fun days thanks to our fantastic 2018 Blogging Cats Weekly Planner. Our planner not only keep us organized, therefore, but also informs us of momentous days about which we can blog or for which we can create a doodle. That being said, for this National Dress Your Pet Up Day, we scribbled up this little piece:
Does anyone recognize that pink bunny suit? Honestly, we really do know that Christmas is over, but it still lingers in our minds because we just love it that much. Anyway, what we're getting at is that we got this pink bunny suit idea from A Christmas Story. If you've seen the movie, you might remember the scene of which we speak.
Our Tip of the Day:Isn't it great to think that your furbaby would let you put them in all sorts of cute clothes and snap lots of adorable shots to share on your blog? Unfortunately, that's not always the case. So, if you ever plan on dressing up your furbaby, do be sure to first take into consideration their personality, body language, and of course overall comfort and happiness. Some animals find great joy in dressing up, and some are simply laidback and tolerate it with ease. In some cases, a particular kitty or pup might be willing to tolerate a short game of dress up, perhaps just long enough for you to snap that perfect shot for your Christmas card. But, on the other hand, there are also those furbabies who simply do not enjoy such fun and games. If you dress up your furbaby and they show any signs of displeasure or discomfort, such as growling, hissing, or even refusal to move or eat, it is likely that they are not good candidates for playing dress up. Some furbabies might respond well to treats or other forms of positive reinforcement, and can perhaps in this way be trained to wear clothing. But, again, it depends on the furbaby, and if they become stressed upon being placed in clothing, please do be sure to take their comfort and happiness into consideration.