Sometimes, pup Astrid's mom here shoves the camera in her face and it's just so annoying. And Astrid's face shows it.
Oh, and don't mind that wet nose of Astrid's. It's allergy season, and Astrid's allergies are a real doozy, and that just about sums it up.
Happy Wednesday, friends!
Flashback Doodle of the Day
How about another summery flashback doodle before we fully head into more autumnal and spooky doodles?
Tip of the Day
We have just a couple more tips in our series on taking your felines to the vet. Today's tip is a simple one, and that is to check the status of your furbaby's medications before taking your kitty to the vet. Not all cats are on medications, of course, but if yours is, then check to see how much of the medications you have left, and also check expiration dates. In addition, consider if you have any newly developed questions regarding any of the meds prior to taking your cat to the vet. This way, when you're at the vet, you can take care of refills, dosage adjustments, and any other related necessities. Also don't forget about prescription diets, monthly preventatives, and any other products you purchase from your vet clinic. Knowing what and how much you need to purchase from the vet before you arrive can save you and your cat on time while at the vet's office, and can also save you a later trip to the vet.