Ew! Is that what boy paws smell like? Tonks is so disgusted by the odor of Evan's boy toes that she couldn't manage anything but blurry, poorly lit bloopers.
Tonks was curious if the front toesies smelled as bad and boyish as the back ones.
Yep. Tonks said those are indeed stinky boy toesies all around.
Tonks and all of us here hope you have a happy Tuesday! Tonks also recommends you steer clear of boy toesies. This here mom to Tonks thinks she might be a tad bit wrong, because all furbaby toesies are far too cute to smell.
Doodle of the Day:
I scribbled up another Christmas in July doodle for today. As I mentioned yesterday, I'm not doing the same beachy Christmas in July theme I did last year. Instead, I'm doing what I hope is a more quaint and cozy version of Christmas in July. And that led me to this strange little doodle:
Did you know?Did you know that on an 85°F day, concrete can reach a temperature of 105°F, and asphalt can reach 130°F? When it's 90°F outside, concrete can reach 125°F and asphalt 140°F. What's more, studies have shown that, though it might take up to 20 minutes, an egg can indeed fry on concrete or asphalt that's at 130°F. Can you imagine poor cat or dog paw pads walking on a ground that could fry an egg? Paw pads can indeed suffer burns, potentially severe ones, from walking on concrete or asphalt that is too hot.
Needless to say, be aware of the temperature outside as well as the temperature of the ground before taking a pup or kitty outside to walk on said ground. You can test concrete or asphalt by placing your own hand on it. If you can't comfortably or safely keep your hand on the ground for 7 to 10 seconds, then it is too hot for a cat or dog's paws. If an outdoor bathroom break is required for a kitty or pup when the temperature outside results in dangerously hot concrete or asphalt, then stick to the grass, try to find shade, and make the time outdoors as quick as possible. There are also options such as booties to protect those furry feet, if the cat or dog at hand will tolerate it.