Don't you just love that little nose of hers? Excuse this mom of Thimble's if she's a tad bit biased, but I happen to think that nose is simply too cute for words. Kitty noses just beg to be smooched.
Thimble of course snapped this selfie for the Sunday Selfies blog hop, hosted by the Kitties Blue over at The Cat on My Head.
Have a super Sunday, friends!
Our Doodle of the Day:
Happy birthday to the furbabies' grandma, aka this here human's mom! She is a superhero to all of us. She properly spoils the furbabies around here, giving them all sorts of cuddles, making them toys and blankets, and taking care of them when the humans around here are at work or away. We hope her birthday is as epic as she is.
Our Tip of the Day:
First, you can do a bit of a pre-bedtime play session with them. One of the last things you do before you go to bed can be a game of fetch, perhaps a little fun with a wand toy, or anything that your furbaby finds fun and that expends their energy. This will help tire your furbaby out, and will hopefully help satisfy their desire to play so that they can sleep through the night.
Second, in the case that your furbaby wakes you up in the middle of the night out of hunger, perhaps save their last meal of the day for right before bed. Fill their bowl just before you go to bed, so that they will go to bed with a full stomach. If needed and possible, you can also make this nighttime meal their largest of the day, to even further satisfy them and their stomach. In some cases, this is all it takes to help keep those hungry furbabies satiated until their breakfast.
Just like us, our furbabies are not immune to restless nights or a desire for a midnight snack. If a medical concern has been ruled out, then try to find a way to help both you and your furbaby sleep through the night. Satisfying the play or hunger drive just before bed may be all that is needed.