Throughout this A to Z Challenge, we're also sharing furbaby photos that in some way correlate with angel Rosie's daily alphabetical adventures. To go along with today's A to Z topic of TV Time, Thimble is showing you all how much she indeed loves to watch the TV.
In case we haven't said it enough times already, our alphabetical series of doodles stars my angel Rosie. In this series of doodles, Rosie is going throughout a more or less routine sort of day, doing this and that, A to Z style. So, what's Rosie doing with the letter T?
T is for...TV Time
Have a terrific Tuesday, friends!
Our Tip of the Day:
If you are watching TV or a movie with your kitty or pup, or if you are listening to music near them, keep in mind the health and happiness of their ears. As you all certainly know, cats and dogs have a more proficient sense of hearing than us humans. This means that sounds are often louder for them than they are for us, so a show or movie that is loud to you is even louder to them. For this reason, if your kitty or pup is nearby, do consider turning your TV or radio down to a volume that is reasonable rather than excessively loud. If you are unable to do so, or if your kitty or pup seems extra sensitive to sounds, then make sure they have access to other safe and cozy areas of the home. This will give them an option to leave the loud TV or radio area, and instead have some peace and quiet to themselves.
We don't watch the human TV much. We prefer our own Bird TV or Squirrel TV. :)
Otherwise known as Catflix!!! :D
Manny and CB are terrific TV watchers, especially when I have a bird show on, from PBS. In addition, their ears perk up when I play videos on my cell phone, which include meowing kittens.
What are you watching, Rosie? The noises that come from the TV bug Mudpie LOL
Very cute drawing. And Thimble is clearly a tv fan :) Great tips too. Our pets have sensitive ears.
Bear sometimes watches TV. I have a picture from when he was a kitten with his front paws on the TV watching intently. Oddly enough, Ellie's more into what's going on on my computer screen.
None of mine watch TV, but a friend of mine had CowCat (who looked like a black and white Holstein cow). CowCat would get up, eat, drink, use the box, then ring the bell attached to the door to insist on a walk. On her walk, she would greet the people she greeted every day, and once home, she would sit by the TV and cry until they put on a Star Wars or other outer space movie. After the movie, she would nap, then get up, eat, drink, litter box, and ask for another walk. Then TV again. She did that every day for years, and people in the neighborhood considered themselves that cat’s fan club.
We can see that Thimble likes to be right near the action. :) And that drawing of Rosie is adorable!
Don't go too close to the screen, Thimble, it's not good for your eyes ! Purrs
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