Do you know what else today is? It's National Hugging Day! (Thanks again to the 2018 Blogging Cats Weekly Planner for keeping us informed of all of these wonderful days!)
I begged and begged the furbabies around here to please snap some snuggling, hugging selfies with each other. No one obliged. Around here, sadly, none of the furbabies really, truly cuddle each other. To be honest, the most common inter-furbaby cuddles are Toby or Thimble trying to force snuggles on pup Astrid.
The other two kitties most likely to be found snuggling are Evan and Eddy. This is essentially always Eddy's doing. She loves her some Evan. But, sadly, Evan is not always all that into it. That's probably why he snapped the following selfie for today, after one of Eddy's cuddle assaults.
That there selfie just about sums up Evan's thoughts on Eddy's forceful advances. He is not impressed.
Don't forget to celebrate today with lots of hugs! Have a beautiful day!
Our Tip of the Day:
We all know how important it is to keep things like our medicine, chocolate, and other potentially dangerous goods out of the reach of our furbabies. We shut these in cabinets and drawers and make sure that our furbabies can't get to them there. But, do you ever keep any medications, food, or other potentially dangerous goods in your purse, or backpack, or other similar storage or traveling item? It might be a habit to just lie your purse or bag on the floor or counter when you get home, forgetting what might be in there. Depending on what you store in your bag, this could pose a risk to your kitty or pup. So, especially if your furbaby is known to find your purse or bag and help themselves to it, do always be cognizant of what is in there, and plan accordingly. If you take medications or food in your bag, be sure to remove these from it when you get home. Or, when you get home, hang your purse or bag in a closet or somewhere else that your furbaby can't reach. Even items such as coins can pose a danger to our furbabies, such as if ingested. So, given what all might be found in your purse or bag, if you carry one, do be sure to always keep this in mind and be aware of how it might affect your furbaby's health and safety.