HAPPY NEW YEAR!
We want to wish all of your friends ours the most blessed 2018! We are so grateful to have such wonderful friends in our life, every day of every year.
Now, since this New Year's Day falls on none other than Mancat Monday, Evan is here to help transport you into 2018.
That there is the Christmas gift I was so excited to give Evan. It is, obviously, a kitty taxi cab!
There is a story behind this gift. Evan loves boxes, but, being hind limb paralyzed, he does best with boxes that are either set on their sides for easy entry, or that have low sides. Lately, Evan has taken to a dilapidated box that somehow found its way into our home.
See that there box on the left? That's the rundown box Evan previously used all the time. It was that box, in its sad, sad state, that prompted me to find an alternative to gift to Evan for Christmas. That alternative ended up being this cardboard kitty cab!
So, if you're in need of a ride, give Evan a call! He'll transport you anywhere you wish, and he will help you find your way to a fun, festive, and fantastic 2018.
We are yet again wishing each and every one of you a happy, blessed, and safe New Year!
And, of course, Merry Eighth Day of Christmas!
Our Tip of the Day:
We have another winter safety tip today, and that is to be aware of dangers that might arise in your surroundings in cold weather. For example, for furbabies that go outdoors, be cautious if you live or walk with your furbaby near a lake or other body of water. In the winter, the water can of course be dangerously cold or even frozen over, posing a risk of ice as well. For this reason, as needed, keep your furbaby away from dangerous outdoor areas in the winter, or keep them on a leash at all times near these areas. Also be careful of other outdoor risks in the winter, including deep snow, patches of ice on sidewalks or driveways, and any other dangers that might arise in the winter. Ensure the safety of both your furbaby and yourself in these situations, even if that means altering your typical habits and steering clear of risky outdoor areas this time of year.