Nothing like sleeping your way into the New Year, huh?
We hope all of you have a happy New Year's Eve! We're wishing you a merry, bright, and peaceful final day of 2019. Oh, and merry Seventh Day of Christmas!
Festive Flashback of the Day
I decided to share the exact same doodle I shared on New Year's Eve last year.
Of course, I did have to change that taxi's licence plate to make this doodle a farewell to 2019, since it's most certainly not 2018 like it suggested before the alteration.
Happy 2019! Happy almost 2020!
Our Tip of the Day:
We've been discussing care of ferals and strays during the winter months, and over the past few days our discussions have all been about food and water. We do have yet another tip on this specific topic. When it comes to offering food to ferals and strays, try to keep the location and timing of the feedings as consistent as possible. Keeping a predictable feeding schedule and food location can help an outdoor cat know when and where they can find food. Conserving energy is a very important thing for outdoor animals in the winter, and knowing when and where they can successfully venture out for a meal can indeed help ferals and strays save much-needed energy, rather than wasting their energy only to find no food present at their feeding station. Therefore, if you feed ferals and strays, keep in mind that it is very beneficial to the animals if you keep their food on a consistent schedule and in the same location.