Well, a girl's gotta get her beauty rest when she can.
Happy Wednesday to all!
Doodle of the Day
Is it hot and humid in your corner of the world? Is the summer making you melt into a puddle? If so, grab yourself a refreshing glass of lemonade.
Did you know?
Over the past couple of days, we've talked about what you call intact male and female cats versus neutered or spayed ones. Now, speaking of spaying, did you know that the technical term for the spay surgery of a female cat or dog is an ovariohysterectomy? Broken down into its origin words, an ovariohysterectomy surgery simply means that both the ovaries and the uterus are removed, which is exactly what happens during a spay. If just the uterus is removed, it's called a hysterectomy. If just the ovaries are removed, or even if just one ovary is removed, it's called an ovariectomy. In cats and dogs, though, a true spay is most often a full ovariohysterectomy.