In case you forgot what a dog looking out a window looks like, Astrid's got you covered. Here you go!
Happy Wednesday, friends!
Doodle of the Day
Here's another of our autumnal remake doodles. The original of this one, which was first shared in 2018, can be seen here. And here's the new version of it, complete with cats, a good book from the library, and a cup of your favorite hot beverage.
I'm pretending the girl is drinking hot cocoa. What drink would you want in that mug?
Tip of the Day
Today's tip in our Thanksgiving series is about none other than pie. As we've said on many occasions over time, plain pumpkin contains fiber and other nutrients that can have benefits for our furbabies and their health. That being said, though, not all components of Thanksgiving pies are as equally beneficial. For example, another popular Thanksgiving dessert is pecan pie, but do be cautious with this around your furbabies. Pecans are not particularly safe to feed your pup or kitty. One reason is simply that pecans can cause an upset gastrointestinal tract, and could also lead to bowel obstruction. Also take into consideration any other pies you make and what ingredients they contain. For example, chocolate pies or those containing raisins are of course dangerous to cats and dogs. What's more, when it comes to any kind of pie, whether it be pumpkin, pecan, or another, added sugars and other potential added ingredients can be less than ideal for our kitties and pups to consume. So, when you're making or eating those Thanksgiving pies, keep dangerous ingredients and the final products well out of your furbaby's reach.