Not all of the kitties at my house are afraid of the vacuum. In fact, there are three cats in the house who don't even hide from it. One of them is Evan, and here he is lying on the part of the floor that I'm trying to vacuum.
Thanks for being such a great helper, Evan!
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Tip of the Day
We've been having lots of rain lately, so we thought we'd give a random little tip somewhat related to that topic. Especially during rainy or snowy times of the year, don't forget to leave a towel by the door for furbabies who go outdoors. Wiping off wet paws helps to ensure that your furbaby's paws are dry and warm after coming in from the wet outdoors, which can help keep them stay comfortable but also healthy. Wiping wet paws also helps to remove any debris such as plant material or gravel, which can prevent your furbaby from ingesting such materials if they choose to lick their feet clean. Of course, it also helps keep those paws from tracking water, mud, or other bits of debris throughout the house. In addition to wiping those paws off, also keep in mind what you might be tracking in on your feet. If it's raining or snowing, if you've walked through dirt or other debris, or if anything else might be on your shoes, make sure that you aren't dragging in anything unsavory for your furbaby. Either wipe your shoes off really well, or simply take them off before entering the home.