Can't a mancat enjoy some peace and quiet around here? Sheesh. Siblings. Can't live with them, and, well, can't live with them.
Have a magnificent Monday!
Flashback Doodle of the Day
Today's flashback doodle from last year takes us to a silly little laundry room. Of course, there's a kitty there to help.
Tip of the Day
Kitties may enjoy helping us do all sorts of chores, but always keep in mind if those chores pose dangers to a cat or other furbaby. Doing laundry, for example, can pose a variety of risks to a cat or dog. Detergents, dryer sheets, bleach, and other similar materials used to clean clothes can all be toxic or otherwise caustic to a furbaby. Of course, the laundry machines themselves are also their own sorts of hazards. When it comes to doing laundry, keep all detergents and the like tucked safely out of your cat or dog's reach. If it's possible to block a furbaby's access to the washer and dryer, do so. If that's not an option, try to always keep the washer and dryer closed so that no animals can climb inside. The dryer is especially tempting to kitties, for example, because of the warmth it can provide. Even if you usually keep the machines closed, a sneaky, stealthy cat could still perhaps manage to get inside the dryer or even washer when you're in the midst of doing laundry. So, check, double check, and triple check that no animal is inside the dyer or washer before using it. All in all, when doing any chore around the house, keep an eye on your kitty or pup and make sure they cannot get to anything that might harm them.