That little piggy toy is not technically Evan's, in case you were wondering. Thimble got that cute little goodie for her birthday back in May, but a certain mancat enjoys stealing it from her when she plays with it.
Do any of you out there have fursibs who steal your toys? Thimble hopes she's not the only one. She frequently tries to demand her toy back from her brother Evan. Sometimes she succeeds, sometimes she doesn't. Boys.
Happy Monday, friends!
P.S. Today, Evan was supposed to post some answers for another fun questionnaire that CK shared. Let's just say Evan will instead be sharing his answer tomorrow, because this here human of his failed to help him get them all typed up in time. Shame on this human. Shame.
Our Doodle of the Day:
In case anyone missed the memo, we're doing a series of Christmas in July doodles. So, here goes another one!
Our Tip of the Day:
Of course, whether a chew toy is for your kitty or pup, it is important to take into consideration the material out of which a chew toy is made, as well as whether it will withstand a particular furbaby's level of chewing. Some toy brands will label whether a chew toy is suitable for powerful chewers, for example. Even so, you know your furbaby best, and so you must decide whether a toy will be able to survive their chewing habits, and therefore whether it might be a hazard. There are a great many pet toys available these days, you simply have to consider a toy's benefits and safety for your furbabies.