Hello and happy Friday, friends! We're ready for the Friendly Fill-Ins, and if you'd like to join us, please do! My co-host Ellen of 15andmeowing came up with the first two fill-in statements, and I came up with the second two.
1. I never thought I would _________ until _________.
How about an Eddy fix? Yeah? Well, here's the cute little girl for you.
Does Eddy's expression look a bit shocked to you? It's probably because she noticed how dirty that window and its sill are. Yikes. Eddy's probably wondering how this human missed this blatantly disgusting window when cleaning the house the other day. Ew.
Happy Friday, friends!
Flashback Doodle of the Day
Of course, being prepared doesn't just end with what needs done prior to arriving at the vet. For example, if you have questions to ask or notes to share with the veterinarian, have those written down or otherwise ready to be addressed prior to arriving. This can ensure that the appointment does not last longer than necessary, which is especially important for anxious cats who grow increasingly nervous the longer they're at the vet. So, for the sake of your cat and to reduce any anxiety they might feel during a vet visit, do your best to be fully prepare prior to arriving at the vet for your kitty's appointment.