It's Mancat Monday, and a certain mancat around here is taking a festive nap.
Woops. Sorry, Evan, did I wake you up? Shhh. Don't tell Evan that he's going to the vet place later today for his annual exam. He's a wise 8 years old, so he'll also be getting his senior blood and urine panel done. Oh, and he's also due for another sanitary shave, because this hind limb paralyzed boy's urinary incontinence is alive and well. For now, though, we'll just let the cute little mancat rest.
Happy Monday, friends!
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Tip of the Day
We're continuing our discussion on Thanksgiving food through to the end of November. For today, keep in mind that food safety around pets isn't just related to food preparation and eating. Safety precautions should continue even after you've finished your meal. What are we getting at? We're reminding you to be aware of dishes in the sink and food scraps or wrappers in the trash. Illness and emergencies can result if your furbaby licks off of plates in the sink that contain remnants of dangerous foods, or if they find their way into the trashcan where scraps or bones reside. So, be aware and take precautions to keep your pup or kitty safe from dangerous foods even after the feast is over. Immediately rinse or wash plates and keep the sink clear of dangerous food debris. Also take out the trash if it contains dangerous food items, or keep it securely hidden away from your furbaby.