Do you like how Evan put those tabby stripes of his on display for this Tabby Tuesday? Evan tried to pose for some more tabby-liscious shots, but his photographer assistant of a mom did horrendously at her job.
Just look at that. This mom of Evan's couldn't even get all of his handsome face in that last photo. Evan is not impressed. He wants to know if any of his furiends out there have a photographer as unskilled as his?
We want to wish you all a terrific Tuesday!
Our Doodle of the Day:
Now, though, we have a Memorial Day doodle to share with you a day late. We hope you don't mind.
Now that we have our scanner back up and going, our foodie doodles will continue tomorrow!
Our Tip of the Day:
In pet foods, some fats can come from the protein source, such as chicken and beef. However, there are also other potential sources of fats in our furbabies' food. Fats can of course come from oils, such as fish oils or plant oils. The important thing is to make sure that your furbaby's food includes good quality fat sources, and in a healthy balance. For example, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which often come from sources such as fish or plant oils or chicken fat, are very beneficial, but most importantly so in proper amounts. Less quality fats and oils would include lard and other similar ingredients, and therefore do be cautious if you see these on a pet food label.
Of course, any fats in too large of quantities could lead to health concerns. For example, obesity and pancreatitis can both potentially stem from or be worsened by diets high in fat. For reasons such as these, as we've said before, try to educate yourself on your cat or dog's health and the best nutrition for them, and of course discuss this with a veterinarian as needed.