Hello and happy Friday, friends! We're ready for the Friendly Fill-Ins challenge. Are you? Feel free to join in on the fun! My co-host Ellen of 15andmeowing came up with the first two fill-in statements, and I came up with the second two.
1. Something I lost and was never able to find was _________.
(This answer was completely inspired by our current weather. It's been reaching temperatures below freezing overnight lately, and I'm just not yet ready for that level of cold. As a kid, I used to love winter. I loved snow and any cold climate in general. When I got older, I started having a love-hate relationship with winter. I still think snow is pretty, and I love Christmas, but the cold itself is killer. This might be my new sentiment simply because, in my early 20s, I developed Raynaud's disease. Raynaud's is not a serious ailment and so I really can't complain all that much, but it does involve poor circulation in the fingers and can cause them to turn white and blue when exposed to cold. That can get a little unpleasant, and so now winter makes me cringe just a bit.)
Our pet cancer prevention tip for today is about food. Quality food, that is as natural and nutrient-dense as possible, is important for our furbabies for a variety of reasons. One such reason is to promote a healthy immune system that can sufficiently ward away diseases, including cancer. Foods of poorer quality not only put a kitty or pup at risk of an unhealthy immune and other systems, but can also potentially contain ingredients that are less than beneficial to their health overall. For both our furbabies and ourselves, some artificial ingredients and preservatives in certain foods have even been found to be potentially carcinogenic. For this reason and others, if possible, please do consider a high quality diet for your furbaby. Foods with natural ingredients are most ideal, as these will of course provide natural nutrients that can help keep your furbaby healthy and happy all around. As most of you already know, food plays a large role in life for a vast number of reasons.