I of course snapped this closeup for none other than the fun and fantastic Sunday Selfies blog hop, hosted by our Kitties Blue friends over at The Cat on My Head.
Next, guess what?
That's right, I'm now part of the PTU Poopers Club! My friend Millie over at 15andmeowing invited me because, like him, I am indeed a PTU Pooper. Teddy's mom made this badge for him, and now other PTU Poopers are joining him in a club.
My mom tells me that dropping a bomb in my PTU is like a Pavlovian response for me, whatever that means. All I know is that when I get in the PTU, I make sure to poop, immediately. And then I usually poop at least once or twice more before the whole ordeal is said and done. Oh, and I also like to pee lots in my PTU, but that's a story for another day. Anyway, serves my mom right for shoving me in that thing to begin with.
Who else out there is a PTU Pooper? I am, and I'm proud of it!
Wishing all of you friends of ours a happy Sunday!
Our Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:
Our next set of tips for National Pet Poison Awareness Month will cover some of the random household items that could potentially be toxic to your kitty or pup. To begin, don't forget that some laundry products could lead to ill effects for your furbaby. For example, fabric softeners and dryer sheets often contain detergents that can be corrosive in nature. If your cat or dog gets into such products, the adverse reactions could include gastrointestinal distress, oral ulcers, and lethargy. For such reasons, do be sure to keep all laundry products well out of reach of your furbaby. If your kitty or pup does get into any such products, do not hesitate to seek veterinary assistance.