My battle with Blogger continues. Even so, here we are for today. Finally. And what we have for you today is yet another kooky doodle. This one was actually supposed to be shared with a poem a couple weeks ago. It involves a train, some Harry Potter-esque concepts, and it's just weird and wacky and here it is.
Happy Caturday, friends!
What's more, try to make the carrier a place of comfort or fun. For example, place a cozy blanket in the carrier, so that it can perhaps be seen as a place to snooze. You can also place toys in the carrier, as well as treats. Or, you can try to use the carrier as a feeding station, such as by putting one of your kitty's bowls of food in there. These methods can help your cat associate the carrier with things that are cozy, fun, or commonplace, in turn helping it to be seen as less of a threat. All in all, help your kitty get used to the carrier by turning it into a place where good things happen, rather than simply a place in which once a year they're locked up and taken somewhere unfamiliar.