Monday, May 9, 2022

Boxed in on Mancat Monday

Evan's feeling a little boxed in on this Monday.

Actually, Evan doesn't mind being boxed in one bit. He quite enjoys it.

Happy Monday, friends!

Flashback Doodle of the Day

Today's flashback doodle stars some nachos, courtesy of Chef Rosie.

Tip of the Day

Today's wildlife tips is about those bright-eyed, bushy-tailed rodents we so often seen running about. That is, squirrels. As we've all certainly witnessed, squirrels are not all that particular when it comes to what they'll put in their mouths. They are pretty resilient, but that doesn't mean we should throw any and every food out there for them. For example, bread and starchy foods are not the best diet choice for squirrels, especially when moldy. Even peanuts and corn are not all that ideal for them, again, especially when moldy. Of course, human junk food is also not a great option.

So, if you want to throw some snacks out for the squirrels, such as to enhance that Squirrel TV, try to offer them some foods that are a bit healthier for them. What, then, are some potential foods you can offer squirrels as healthy snacks? Tree nuts are one option, such as walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts, and hickory nuts. Vegetables can also be just as healthy for squirrels as they are for us, and some good options for squirrels include carrots, broccoli, and zucchini. Another option is fruit, such as apple, strawberries, and grapes. So, while squirrels may not be picky when it comes to food, if you wish to offer them some choices, there are some healthy ones you can try. Then, you and your furbabies can enjoy a healthy episode of Squirrel TV!


pilch92 said...

Evan is adorable. I love that drawing of Angel Rosie and your tips are excellent as always. XO

Eastside Cats said...

Evan is happy wherever he gets to!

messymimi said...

Nice box choice, Evan!

Rosie's Restaurant, that's one i'd enjoy trying.