If you're curious what look I get when I tell Tonks that I need to fold and put away the Blanket Mountain she's sleeping on, it's this:
Today's winter tip is to, despite the fact that it's winter here in the Northern Hemisphere, still keep in mind parasites and their prevention. If you live somewhere that is warm or temperate even during this time of the year, of course certainly do consider keeping up with those parasite preventatives for your furbabies. The same, though, goes even for those who don't live somewhere consistently warm in the winter. Some winter days are not as cold as others, and parasites such as mosquitoes and fleas can survive and make reappearances when the temperatures rise. Sometimes, some parasites even make their way into our homes and survive winter climates by hanging out in the warm comfort of our heated houses. With this in mind, don't forget that mosquitoes can carry heartworms, and fleas can cause bloodborne diseases, as well as can carry tapeworms, all of which can cause dangerous side effects. For all such reasons, do think about the benefits of keeping up with parasite prevention for your furbabies all year round.
One more note we want to make regards none other than mice. This time of year, mice might find ways to enter our homes, garages, sheds, and so forth, in search of a warm place to stay. What's more, mice can carry parasites such as fleas, tapeworms, and roundworms. This means, especially if your furbaby gets near or even eats a mouse inside the home, or anywhere else, they are at risk such parasites. This is yet another reason to keep up with parasite prevention for your furbaby, no matter what time of year it is.
Da Boyz would loose their minds if a mouse got into the house!
Sweetie would dispatch it quickly.
Good point that rodents carry stuff that we really don't want our kitties to catch!
What was she thinking, Tonks? Of course she can't take your blankets! ~Ernie
Tonks is such a cutie. I like the drawing and your tips are great.
Blankies never need to be put away!
Your face says it all, Tonks! Blankets should never be put away. :)
Those ears tell the story. You cannot touch the blankets.
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