Welcome to the Friday edition of, well, our blog! As always, we'll kick things off with the Friendly Fill-Ins challenge. You are more than welcome to join in! My co-host Ellen of 15andmeowing came up with the first two fill-in statements, and I came up with the second two.
1. If I could trade places with someone for a day, I would trade with _________.
(This is probably one of the most random answers I could have put here, but I'm not a big fan of summer and so I had to dive deep into my brain for an answer. And this answer is completely true. My family always starts up our fire pit for holidays like Memorial Day and July 4th. Over said fire we make hamburgers, brats, and s'mores. Summer nights with the fire pit going is the only time I eat s'mores, and I love s'mores, so I had to put this for my answer.)
It's also worth noting that though dry food is easier and safer to feed to outdoor cats in the heat, you still have to take precautions. Not only can dry food lose its freshness and safe status in the heat, but also think of instances such as rainy days. Dry food that gets wet will swell, become unappetizing, and can easily spoil if not cleaned up. So, when feeding dry or even moist food, of course keep in mind not only the heat, but other environmental factors such as rain. All in all, keep those strays and ferals healthy this summer with fresh food that is in the shade and protected from spoilage and other issues as best as possible.