Silly little Tonks hopes you all enjoy her creative pose. I might be biased, but I kind of think Tonks is really, really adorable. She sure has a big personality, which may or may not be evident in the photo above.
Happy Tuesday, friends!
Flashback Doodle of the Day
This is another flashback doodle from last year's wintry series inspired by my angel Rosie. Rosie was and always will be my best friend. As I sort of mentioned a couple days ago, I always enjoyed spending my childhood as well as my adulthood winters with Rosie, as well as with my other furbabies. The cold weather outside allowed for reading sessions, cuddle sessions, and other cozy time spent indoors with Rosie and the rest of the furry crew.
Tip of the Day
It's also worth it to note that another way to reduce your furbaby's dryness and itchiness in the winter is to minimize or eliminate baths, as well as to dry them off when they come indoors and are wet with snow or rain. Brushing them regularly can also stimulate the natural oils of their skin, which can further help keep their fur and skin from drying out. If you do notice your kitty or pup's skin and coat is dry and itchy during the winter, and especially if you cannot get an easy handle on it, you can certainly discuss the issue and further solutions with your veterinarian.