Sunday, March 1, 2020

Sleepy Sunday Selfie

Tonks was all lined up and ready to snap the purrfect selfie. The only problem, though, is that she fell asleep mid-selfie.


It must be tiring being so cute.

Happy Sunday!




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Doodle of the Day

Yesterday, for the last day of February, I shared a doodle that involved an outdoor winter library. Now, for this first day of March, I decided to scribble up a doodle involving an outdoor library that is more suitable for spring. I was going for a secret garden sort of thing. I don't know if that came across at all, but here it is nonetheless.




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Tip of the Day

We're yet again going to be repeating a series of tips from previous years. This is because the topic at hand is an important one. After all, March is Pet Poison Awareness Month, and so we'll be giving some tips relating to this over the next couple of weeks. We'll begin with a simple one. For today, we just want to remind you to always have a plan for an emergency, of course including the possibility of your furbaby ingesting some form of toxic material. This could be chocolate, a poisonous plant, human medication, or even an item such as a battery. Being prepared would include knowing where to take your furbaby, as quickly as possible, in the event that they consume anything poisonous. For example, if the trip to your regular veterinarian is not a quick drive, then perhaps have another backup clinic in mind, one that is closer, in the event that you need to get your furbaby help in a very timely manner.

Along this same line of thought, also make sure you know the nearest emergency veterinary clinic, especially for evenings, weekends, and holidays. Have the phone number and address of said clinic handy, such as in your phone or on your refrigerator. What's more, we may not always think of this, but also try to be knowledgeable of how to get to any clinic you might need, before you might need to get there in a pinch. If need be, bookmark or print out directions to nearby clinics and keep them somewhere accessible. This way, should your furbaby get into anything poisonous, you can hop in the car and get help without delay. As we always say, it's better to be safe than sorry.

15 comments:

Pam and Teddy said...

Sleeping selfies are my specialty too!!

Hugs, Teddy

Cleo said...

Sleepy Tonks is so darn cute!

Marg said...

Oh Tonks, that is a great way to do the easy, just fall asleep. Have a great day.

The Island Cats said...

We love the sleepy selfie, Tonks.

meowmeowmans said...

Aww, that's such a sweet sleepy selfie, Tonks. ::tiptoes away::

Catscue Catmom said...

Tonks, you are so super cute, no wonder you need to rest - it must be exhausting! I love that outdoor library doodle, and thanks for the reminder to be prepared for emergencies. Have a great week!

Andrea said...

It is a sleepy selfie kind of day. I love your selfie, Tonks. You're such a pretty girl. Good advice as usual.

Eastside Cats said...

We know how sneaky those nap attacks can be, Tonks!

pilch92 said...

Tonks is such a cutie. I like the drawing too. And excellent tips. I know all 3 of the emergency vet places, they are all 45 minutes away in different directions.

Timmy Tomcat said...

Tonks you are one sleepy kitty. Lets Nap MOL
We are tired of winter and like that nice green liblrary

Dash Kitten Crew said...

Oh bless that is such a sweet photo!

Photo Cache said...

Humans cannot leave us alone whenever we look cute.

Emma and Buster

Melissa, Mudpie and Angel Truffles (Mochas, Mysteries and Meows) said...

You get cuter by the day, Tonks! I'm sure it's exhausting.

Kinley Westie said...

What a cute selfie Tonks!

messymimi said...

It takes great talent to do a selfie while asleep.

A library in a hidden spring garden sounds like where i'd want to spend the next few months.