Last Sunday, Tonks shared a selfie in which she gave you one of her cutest expressions on her adorable face. Today, this calico wants you all to know that she can be a serious and stern girl, too. After all, she has to be stern to keep this mom of hers in line. So, Tonks found some selfies of that sort from that same photo shoot, and here they are.
Happy Sunday to all!
Flashback Doodle of the Day
Given that Thanksgiving is this Thursday here in the US, I feel compelled to share Thanksgiving doodles. That being said, I have not been in the mood at all to scribble up new Thanksgiving drawings. I've been working on Christmas doodles, because that's currently what makes me happy. So, to give Thanksgiving its just due, we're going to share last year's Thanksgiving doodles for the first half of this week. Here's one for you.
Tip of the Day
Continuing on with our Thanksgiving dinner tips, yet another common holiday dish is white potatoes, such as mashed potatoes. When it comes to feeding your furbaby white potatoes, those that are cooked and plain can be a reasonable treat in moderation. When additional ingredients are added, though, then you have to start being extra cautious about offering potatoes as a treat. For example, butter or sour cream might cause gastrointestinal distress, especially for cats and dogs who are lactose intolerant. In addition, as we've said before, added ingredients such as garlic, onion, or excess salt can potentially be dangerous if consumed by a kitty or pup. So, you can let your furbaby try out those mashed potatoes, but first make be sure to take into account how they're prepared.
In addition to white potatoes, Thanksgiving is also often a popular time for sweet potato dishes. If plain and simple, sweet potatoes can make for a great treat for a kitty or pup. They are a great source of fiber and vitamin A, as well as vitamin C, potassium, and a variety of other beneficial nutrients. Plain steamed, baked, or mashed sweet potatoes would be a great treat to allow your kitty or pup during that Thanksgiving dinner. That all being said, though, do be cautious of dishes such as sweet potato casserole. These altered versions of sweet potato often contain added sugar, sugary marshmallows, and other potential seasonings or ingredients that could be unhealthy or lead to gastrointestinal side effects. So, sweet potatoes are a great treat to offer that furbaby in your life, but do be sure it's of the plain and healthy variety. Just as with white mashed potatoes, make sure you know how sweet potatoes are prepared prior to letting your furbaby have a taste.
Those are some serious selfies, Tonks!
Great selfies!! You look VERY serious!
The Florida Furkids
You definitely nailed that stern thing, Tonks! Nice selfies!
We really like those looks Tonks. You and Miss Fitz have that pouty look nailed. We love this Doodle and it captures what we all want on Thanksgiving, friends and family!
Tonks you are such a cutie!
As long as she is not too serious when there is food to be eaten.
Tonks is too cute to be stern. I like the drawing. And those are excellent tips. XO
Beautiful serious selfie ! Purrs
Mudpie has that serious face down pat, too!
Okay, Tonks...whatever you say!
I'll do it!
Very much a 8 freezes us with a glare 8 look eh?
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