Do you see the Christmas decor hanging up behind Thimble? That's an example of how we have to display ornaments at our house these days. Ornaments are no longer safe on the tree, so they're hung from garland that's strung high on the wall. Sometimes, the kitties around here think that's just plain rude. How are you supposed to bat around ornaments if you can't reach them?
Have a fun and festive day, friends!
Our Festive Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:
Yesterday, we mentioned how to prepare your furbaby if you are leaving them to travel for the holidays. Today, we are starting a short series of tips on what to do if you are traveling with your furbaby. First and foremost, if you plan to take your furbaby with you on a trip this Christmas, or any time of the year, talk to your veterinarian. Discuss with them your furbaby's health and whether traveling is safe for them. Some furbabies, such as those who are geriatric or who are suffering from an illness, might not be good candidates for traveling, especially long distance. If you are in need of traveling with such a furbaby, though, have a detailed discussion with your veterinarian on what you must do to take all precautions to keep your furbaby as healthy and happy as possible during travels. In some cases, even for young and healthy kitties or pups, some form of sedation might be in their best interest for traveling. This is another detail that you must discuss with your veterinarian. It is always our furbaby's best interest that we must have in mind, so ask your veterinarian any and all questions you have regarding keeping your furbaby happy and healthy during travels.