Why, hello there, Toby! I thought that after such a handsome selfie as the one above, perhaps Toby would like to snap another one. He wasn't sure how he felt about that, though. Nevertheless, he eventually, and begrudgingly, offered up one more.
Hmmm. You're looking a little grumpy there, Toby. Do any of you friends of ours ever snap grumpy selfies? Surely Toby's not the only one.
Of course, Toby snapped his selfies for the Sunday Selfies blog hop, hosted by the Kitties Blue of The Cat on My Head.
Have a stupendous Sunday, friends!
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Our Tip of the Day:
For today's tip on how to decorate your home around your furbaby, we're here to remind you to make sure your kitty or pup has a safe window view. Indoor cats and dogs are of course safe from the dangers of an outdoor life, but it is still important that they get the mental stimulation provided by a view of the outdoors. To allow for this window view, try putting pet-friendly furniture near the window. Placing a cat tree beside the window is a perfect option for cats, for example. Of course, though, you can even simply position a couch, chair, table, or other pet-safe piece of furniture so that a window view is possible for your kitty or pup.
There are a couple of other considerations to make when it comes to window views for your furbabies. First, if it's possible and safe, try to feed birds or squirrels in view of the window, so that your kitty or pup can have the added mental stimulation of having wildlife to watch. What's more, make sure all windows are securely closed and safe from potential escapes. Also make sure that any nearby window blinds or curtains do not pose a risk to the safety of your cat or dog. It is important to ensure your indoor cat or dog has a window view in order to keep them happy and sharp, but it's equally important to ensure their safety.