Hello and happy Friday, friends! Shall we dive right on into the Friendly Fill-Ins challenge? If you'd like to join in on the fun, 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 wish I could train _________ to __________.
2. I am planning to get _________ for _________.
3. I know it's time to _________ when _________.
2. I am planning to get a gnome-eating cat statue for my parents and sister for Christmas.
(Does that sound weird? I actually already bought the statues I speak of. My family was all watching TV together recently, and we saw on a show this type of statue in someone's yard. It was quite literally a statue of a cat eating some gnomes. I know that sounds gruesome, but this is the kind of humor my family and I all share and appreciate, and we all admittedly laughed out loud when we saw the statue on the TV. So, I found something similar and ordered one for each of them for Christmas. Oh, and I got myself one too.)
3. I know it's time to take Evan in for a sanitary shave when he starts turning colors.
We've been discussing potential dangers and toxins associated with Halloween. Today, we're going to finish that topic with a couple of slightly random yet still relevant Halloween products with which to be cautious. We're referring to items such as glow sticks and fake blood. These items sometimes make appearances on holidays like Halloween, and they might very well contain ingredients that can potentially be toxic to kitties and pups. Glow sticks can especially be dangerous if they are bitten or otherwise punctured, and fake blood can also pose a risk if ingested. Be cautious, therefore, of using these items, as well as any other items that might be dangerous to your furbaby. If you do have any of these items at your home, keep them securely hidden away, so as to prevent any emergencies.