Our hosts never fail to give us some fantastic fill-ins, like these here:
1. My favorite president is _________ because _________.
2. This weekend, I have plans to _________.
3. I _________ my _________.
4. I believe _________.
I hope I did these fill-ins proud.
1. My favorite president is Abraham Lincoln, because he had such a major historical impact.
(Being from Illinois, I learned a lot about Illinoisan Abraham Lincoln throughout my years in school. Those lessons on Lincoln never failed to keep my attention. Also, I have heard of his compassion for cats, dogs, and other animals, and I have great respect for that.)
2. This weekend, I have plans to play catch-up.
(I have nothing major planned for this weekend, so I keep telling myself that I'll be catching up on some housework. Let's be honest, though. I'll probably end up snuggled up on the couch with my kitties and pup, getting caught up visiting all of your wonderful blogs, working on our blog, doodling in my sketchbook, reading, writing, doing some Netflix binging, and probably taking a nap or two. That's my kind of weekend.)
3. I love my furbabies.
(In case you didn't already know.)
4. I believe everything happens for a reason.
(Life and death. Joy and sorrow. Good times and bad times. I believe it all happens for a reason. Even if we can't see or understand that reason, I believe it's still there, somewhere.)
Of course, we wouldn't let this Friday come and go without giving you an Eddy fix!
Yes, sometimes getting a shot of Eddy requires sneaking up on her from beneath. That's okay, though, because her chin is pretty darn cute, if you ask me.
We hope all of you friends of ours have a fantastic Friday!
Our Olympic Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:Since we've been giving a variety of food tips, today we figured we'd give a quick reminder on how to transition your cat to a new food, if needed. If a kitty is transitioned to a new food too quickly, a variety of gastrointestinal issues could possibly result, vomiting and diarrhea included. For this reason, it's generally recommended that you transition from the old food to the new food over a span of seven days.
To transition your cat to a new food, you can start by adding a small amount of the new food to the old food on the first day. Then, of course, you add more and more of the new food each day. On the final day of the transition, your kitty's food bowl will contain only the new food. Of course, when changing foods, keep in mind your particular kitty's overall status. If your kitty is a finicky eater, whether by nature or due to age or an ailment, you may have to do a slower transition over a longer period of time, in order for them to accept the new food. In other cases, such as if your kitty is having adverse reactions to their current food, a rapid or immediate transition might be necessary. This is of course something to discuss with your veterinarian. During any transition, of course keep an eye out for any adverse reactions.. Alert your veterinarian of any concerns you have, and stop or slow the food transition as needed or as instructed if issues arise.