Whoa there, Evan. Talk about a close-up. Maybe back it up just a tad bit?
There, now all of you friends of ours can see Evan's adorable face much better. Perhaps I'm biased, but I think this mancat has such a cute nose, and such wonderful whiskers, and pretty much a purrfect face all around. Honestly, do you see Evan's freckles? Aren't they just swoon-worthy?
Now, as is often the case, my boy Evan inspired some motivational thoughts from us this week. As many of you already know, Evan is hind limb paralyzed. This never gets him down, though, and he just so happens to be one of the strongest little beings I know. That's why our motivational thought for this week is this one here:
Have a happy, motivational Monday, friends!
***Our Tip of the Day:
Today's tip for taking your cat to the vet is to consider using a pheromone spray, such as Feliway. A synthetic pheromone such as this can potentially have a calming effect for your cat. One idea is to spray the pheromone into your cat's carrier, or onto a blanket placed in your cat's carrier. This could potentially help make the experience of getting into the carrier more calm for your cat, as well as potentially make the car ride and time at the vet a calmer experience. Also consider taking the pheromone spray with you to the vet, where you can spray it in the air in the exam room, or again spray it on a blanket or toy you might have brought along to the vet for your cat. Of course a pheromone spray might not work the same for every cat, but it definitely wouldn't hurt to try it in case it might help your kitty feel calm and soothed.