Those paws can make for great pillows, eye masks, earmuffs, and all sorts of handy things like that. Do you ever use your paws as any of those things?
Sometimes you even need to use your paw as a sniffer blocker. You never know when an unsavory smell might waft your way during a nap. Better safe than sorry.
Well, Evan woke up just long enough to tell me to wish you all a magnificent Monday!
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In addition, you also might want to consider the material out of which the scoop is made. If there's a chance your litter scoop might get bunged up, for example, perhaps go for a metal scoop. This is because plastic scoops are far more likely to end up with scratches on their surface, and such scratches could harbor microbes, especially when used in an environment such as that of a litter box. So, don't forget to give even that scoop a bit of extra consideration and attention. Every little detail could potentially affect our kitties and their health and happiness, and that even includes the litter scoop, which helps keep that litter box as clean and sanitary as possible.