It's Mancat Monday, so Evan's here to grace you with his presence.
Do you know how tiring it is for Evan to be this cute and handsome?
Flashback Doodle of the Day
Tip of the Day
I'm sure I don't need to tell you all, but as part of our tips for National Pet Poison Awareness Month, we're here to remind you that many human medications are indeed toxic to our furbabies. One of the most common pet poison emergency culprits is ibuprofen. It can be very dangerous and even fatal if ingested by your kitty or pup, and its side effects can include gastrointestinal distress or even kidney failure. Ibuprofen is of course not the only human medication that can have dire consequences for our cats and dogs, though. Decongestants such as excess pseudoephedrine can also be toxic, as well as medications for treating blood pressure and ADD/ADHD, just to name a couple. Needless to say, keep any and all human medications hidden away in a secure cabinet, drawer, or other such confines.
It is also worth noting that certain topical creams and ointments that we humans use can also be dangerous for cats and dogs. These such medications can be sneaky as well, since you might apply a potentially toxic cream to your skin, then you might forget about it, and then your furbaby might lick your skin or even clothing that touched the topical medication. This, in turn, can possibly result in toxicity. As a couple of examples, creams for pain management or hormone treatment can easily contain ingredients that could lead to life-threatening side effects for your kitty or pup. So, not only should you safely store medications, but you must also be diligent about how you might be exposing your furbaby to toxic ingredients.
It's always nice to see your handsome face, Evan...awake or not.
Evan it IS so wearing to be cute and they expect it all the time! Have a great nap. Like that doodle of all those purrty panfurs
Look at those whiskers!
Evan is adorable. Purple is his color. :) I like the flashback. Excellent tips too.
Beautiful close-up, Evan ! Purrs
I can imagine it's completely exhausting!
So many things that seem like no big deal to humans but are very bad for pets. I remember a few months ago, celebrity chef Alton Brown had a scare with his dog Scabigail eating something she shouldn't at the lake this summer. I don't remember what, and Google isn't helping me.
I'm getting ready for the April Blogging from A to Z Challenge. And hoping to honor the wonderful women in my life on March 8 for International Women's Day.
J Lenni Dorner~ Co-host of the #AtoZchallenge, Debut Author Interviewer, Reference& Speculative Fiction Author
Tell Evan i appreciate his hard work.
What a great selfie, Evan! Don't work too hard.
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