Astrid is not impressed with her photobomber. Windows and whiffies are sacred, and that there photobomber ruined it. At least, that's Astrid's thoughts on the matter.
Astrid hopes you all are able to avoid those photobombers today. Moreover, she hopes you get some sacred window whiffies. Happy Wednesday!
Doodle of the Day:
And there's yet another weird and random bit of concept art I'm working on. Some of these are pure and simple experimentation.
Tip of the Day:
First, make sure you are administering a preventative only to the species for which it is intended. This can be crucial, and even a life or death scenario. For example, some preventatives formulated for dogs can have devastating effects on cats. This is because preventatives for dogs can contain pyrethrin/pyrethroid, which is safe for dogs. Cats, on the other hand, are highly sensitive to this compound, and it is toxic to them. This is not only something to keep in mind when purchasing or using preventatives directly on a cat, but also when using preventatives on a dog who lives with or has contact with cats. Do your research and discuss with your veterinarian the best preventatives and methods for keeping both your kitties and pups healthy and safe.
Second, keep in mind that many preventatives have age and/or weight cut-offs. Many are for cats and dogs 8 weeks and older, and are for specific weight ranges. Again, read labels, know your furbaby's age and weight, and discuss any questions or concerns with your veterinarian.
Lastly, we have a tip we just very recently gave, but we're still going to reiterate it now. And that tip is to be careful and wary of preventatives that are not recommended or sold by veterinarians. There are many preventatives out there that are off-brands and considered "cheap" options. This is in instance, though, when you don't want to go "cheap", or off-brand. There have been reports of cats and dogs who have fallen ill or who have died after being given certain off-brand preventatives. Don't risk your furbaby's life. Know the preventatives that veterinarians recommend and sell, do your research, and stick to the products that have proven the most effective and safe for kitties and pups.