Evan thought he'd share his chin with you today. Even better, he's showing you his chin in a poorly backlit photo. Because Evan is cute and he can do whatever he wants.
We've all seen those chew toys for pups. Puppies, and even grown dogs, often love to chew, and so chew toys can allow them to gnaw on a designated item rather than one that is not ideal or one that is dangerous. But, did you know that there are chew toys for cats as well? Like dogs, some cats love to chew. Chewing is sometimes more common in kittens, but some adult cats are chewers, too. If this is the case with your cat, perhaps look into getting them some feline-friendly chew toys. This could potentially save them from chewing on items that they should not, which could be beneficial to your goods, and also of course to your kitty's health.
Of course, whether a chew toy is for your kitty or pup, it is important to take into consideration the material out of which a chew toy is made, as well as whether it will withstand a particular furbaby's level of chewing. Some toy brands will label whether a chew toy is suitable for powerful chewers, for example. Even so, you know your furbaby best, and so you must decide whether a toy will be able to survive their chewing habits, and therefore whether it might be a hazard. There are a great many pet toys available these days, you simply have to consider a toy's benefits and safety for your furbabies.
Evan has to do things his own way, and we adore him for it!
Evan is a cutie. I want to rub that cute little chin. I love the drawing and those are great tips too. XO
Things must be looking up, Evan!
Your chin is as adorable as the rest of you, Evan!
Well done, Evan! That's a very pretty doodle.
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