This here human and a certain mancat around here are perhaps a bit biased, but we're thinking that orange tabbies would make pretty darn good rulers of the world. That's why Evan has this post all under control today. This magnificent mancat of course snapped a stunning selfie to share with the world.
Is that not the face of the cutest world dominator ever? I mean, I guess I might be a tad bit biased. But, that's beside the point.
Happy Cat World Domination Day to all of our feline friends!
Our Tip of the Day:
As we've mentioned in our past ant tips, you can try using chalk or tape to draw a square or circle around outdoor food bowls. Ants will often see this is as a barrier, and will therefore often be unable to make their way into the bowl. Another option is to use something such as baking soda to create a circle or square around the base of outdoor furbabies' food bowls, again so that ants will see this as a barrier and will leave the food alone. Yet another option is to create a moat that ants cannot cross. You can do this by setting strays' and ferals' food bowls in a low dish of water, so that the ants cannot get to the food through the water. Then again, there are also ant-proof bowls on the market. Some of these offer their own moat-like feature, or other features that help keep ants at bay.
So, if you are combating ants in food bowls that you put out for strays and ferals, perhaps do some research and try various options. The important thing is to ensure that whatever ant-proofing method you use does not deter or frighten the furbabies. It is not impossible to keep ants out of strays' and ferals' food, you simply have to use a method that does the job without affecting the furbabies' ability to eat.