A certain calico is here to wish you all a happy May!
Tonks hopes your day is as sunny as hers!
I'm still working on finishing up all those doodles I didn't get done in time for the April A to Z Challenge. So, here's another weird little flashback from last year's "Halfway to Halloween" A to Z Challenge.
Tip of the Day
Today's Spring safety tip is all about that Spring cleaning. In our series for Pet Poison Prevention Month, we gave some tips on household items that can potentially be toxic to our furbabies, such as if ingested. Some of these dangerous products are, of course, household cleaners. Various detergents, for example, can be very caustic or can contain toxins. This is why, if you are planning on doing some Spring cleaning around your home, always think ahead and take your furbaby's health and safety into consideration.
As needed, block your kitty or pup from the rooms you are cleaning, such as with closed doors or baby gates. What's more, when cleaning products are not in use, store them safely out of reach, where curious paws cannot reach them. It is true that some household cleaners are dangerous while others are not, but if you are in any way unsure of a product's safety, err on the side of caution, assume it is dangerous, and keep it away from those furbabies while you Spring clean.