October 17 marked three years that pup Astrid has been cancer-free. She had to lose a toe in order to be cancer-free, but we're all fine with that. We mentioned this feat a couple weeks ago as well, and at that time we shared how, those 3 years ago, Astrid got to enjoy a mummy cookie from a local pet store on account of her not only being cancer-free, but also being all bandaged up from the surgery. Some of you commented that you hoped Astrid would get to enjoy another mummy cookie in celebration of her 3 years as a cancer survivor. You better believe she got another mummy cookie to celebrate!
Flashback Doodle of the Day
We have a couple more flashback doodles from last Halloween to share before we move into next week, when we'll be sharing all brand new Halloween doodles to celebrate the spooky times. Today's flashback doodle is a bit mummified.
There are of course a number of options for keeping a cat or dog from escaping out a busy door on Halloween. First, you can set up a safe room for your cat or dog and keep them in there during the Halloween festivities, so that they have no ability to escape from the house when people show up at the front door. Depending on how your house is set up and how Sdetermined your kitty or pup is to reach the door, you can also put up baby gates or pet gates to keep a cat or dog in an area of the house away from the door. If your furbaby is leash trained, and as long as the leash is securely held, your kitty or pup can also be kept safe in the house by attaching them to their leash, with of course someone holding said leash. You best know your furbaby as well as the setup of your home, so use whatever method is the safest, most surefire way of keeping your kitty or pup from escaping out a busy door on nights like Halloween.