What makes this nosy shot even better is that involves some window whiffies! We sure are loving this thing called Spring.
It seems like just yesterday that we started the A to Z Challenge, yet now here we are at the letter T.
The classic novel title we twisted around for the letter T is A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. We told you guys that we'd be having some more kitty doodles coming up, so here's a bit of one for you:
What's more, given that we made use of his work for the A to Z Challenge, we chose a quote by Charles Dickens as our Spark this week.
The Sparks blog hop, hosted by Annie of McGuffy's Reader, is a way for us to share positive thoughts in this often negative world. We hope the quote we are sharing below is one that is positive and inspiring to you.
"There are dark shadows on the earth, but its lights are brighter in the contrast."
Have a magnificent, motivational Monday, friends!
Our Tip of the Day:
We've gotten into the habit of turning our tips into series of tips these days. We're doing that again, and our newest series is going to be on pet safety in the Spring. Today's springtime tip is one that we've shared far more than once before, and that is to always be aware and cautious of the plants you have both in your garden and in your house. Some of the springtime plants that can be highly toxic to our furbabies include certain lilies, daffodils, and tulips. The list most certainly does not end there, though.
All of the above is why, before you bring any plants anywhere near your kitty or pup, always do your research and understand any potential toxicity. One good resource for finding out the potential toxicity of plant types is by perusing the ASPCA's extensive information on plants, which you can find by clicking here. In short, to keep your furbaby safe this Spring, of course be aware of any and all plants with which they come in contact. And, of course, if you have any concern that your furbaby may have gained access to a toxic plant, seek veterinary assistance as soon as possible.