Today's letter is Q. In her theme of "A Day at Rosie's Restaurant", Rosie went for a classic Mexican dish.
Who would like a quesadilla? Rosie has all the ingredients ready for this cheesy dish. How would you like yours? With chicken? With steak? With extra cheese? Double extra cheese?
That there is Evan using a teddy bear's foot as a pillow. The lighting is certainly not phenomenal, but I just love how adorably Evan fell asleep on the stuffed bear.
This mancat of mine can be such a cuddle bug, and I love it.
Happy Monday to all!
Tip of the Day
The above being said, can cats and dogs be allergic to corn and wheat flour? Let's begin by saying that studies have found that dogs and cats are more likely to be allergic to meats than to grains. It is still possible, though, for our furbabies to be allergic to grains like corn and wheat. When it comes to food allergies, symptoms include itching, scratching, skin rashes, skin lesions, hair loss, and ear infections. Gastrointestinal symptoms are not as common in food allergies as dermatological symptoms, but certain furbabies can indeed display symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea as a result of certain food allergies or food intolerances. If you see any such symptoms or suspect food allergies in your kitty or pup, of course contact a veterinarian for the proper testing, diagnosis, and treatment. And if you know your kitty or pup is allergic to a certain food, of course avoid feeding them that food in the form of both pet food and human food.