Evan not only stole this box from me after I deemed it perfect for one of the gifts I got for my mother, but my orange mancat then even dragged his Santa sloth toy into the box. That box has since become a true lair. Evan drags toys into it, hides both himself and his toys inside its confines, and lets no one else enter the box.
Merry Christmas week!
Festive Doodle of the Day
Of course I had to throw another red truck doodle into the Christmas mix.
Tip of the Day
The long and short if it is that while it is wonderful to think of an animal finding a home on Christmas morning, it is still important to ensure that said animal will not end up without proper care, or back at a shelter or abandoned. There are of course times when giving or receiving a cat, dog, or other critter as a gift works out perfectly fine. Such cases might include when a husband or wife gifts a furbaby to their spouse who wants and can care for it, or when a parent knows their child wants and is capable of assisting in the care of a cat, dog, or other pet. If you or someone close to you is planning to surprise someone with a furry friend on Christmas morning, just as with any gift, do take into consideration whether a pet is appropriate for the recipient in question.