Apparently, the best way to get this girl to snap a non-blurry shot is to stick her in front of a window. We're finally having us some true autumn weather, which means we'll probably be having us lots of window whiffies. Maybe that means Eddy will sit still for some more future photo shoots? (Paws crossed.)
Of course, Eddy's selfie there is our contribution to the Sunday Selfies blog hop, hosted by none other than the Kitties Blue of The Cat on My Head.
Have a stupendous Sunday, friends!
Our Doodle of the Day:
Yesterday's doodle showed angel Rosie picking out a pumpkin at the pumpkin patch. Now, what kind of trouble is she getting into with that pumpkin?
Stay tuned tomorrow for the end result of Rosie's pumpkin antics!
Our Tip of the Day:
Another simple way to help a pained furbaby feel some relief and comfort is by way of their beds and blankets. You can offer extra soft and thick beds, and in easy to reach locations. Some forms of pain are also alleviated by heat, which means that safe, pet-friendly heated blankets or heated beds could also be of use. Of course, you would need to take all necessary safety precautions when using any heated or electric products.
In more extreme cases, your furbaby might be in need of direct assistance with their mobility. If need be, you can use various forms of slings to help your kitty or pup ambulate. You can use a towel or blanket to create a makeshift sling, for example. Another option is to purchase a sling, or a harness with handles, which are indeed available on the market.
It is not easy to see our furbabies in pain. At the same time, it is not easy for them to feel such pain. That's why it is important to do what you can to alleviate your kitty or pup's pain, even if that means a bit of redecorating within your home.