Monday, September 26, 2022

Mancat Monday

Hello, friends! We didn't mean to disappear for the entire weekend again, and to yet again not have a post prepared first thing Monday morning. Life is just happening all over the place these days, but here we are. And we're ready to get back to the blogging fun.

So, it's Mancat Monday. You know what that means?

Mancat Monday means you get a good ol' dose of handsome Evan! We hope you all enjoyed. We're sure you did.

Have a wonderful day, friends!

Flashback Doodle of the Day

Here's a quick and silly little flashback doodle from a couple of years ago. It also hints at the fact that October is just around the corner, which means all sorts of weird and wacky Halloween scribbles.

Tip of the Day

Today's disaster preparedness tip is a rather specific one, and it is to consider using a pet rescue alert decal or sticker at your house. These decals or stickers are meant to alert rescue response teams as to how many and what kinds of animals are in the home. They can be placed on a screen door, on a window near a door, or somewhere similar where rescuers can easily see it. This type of information on what animals are in the home can help in the case of a house fire or any emergency evacuation, especially in cases when you are in any way unable to inform response teams as to how many and what kinds of animals are in the home and in need of rescuing. There are a variety of these decals or stickers available online, but one easy way to get them is through the ASPCA, as you can visit their website and order free pet emergency alert decals for your home.

Alerting emergency personnel of the animals in your home can help them to more quickly rescue your companion animals in the event of a fire or other emergency. This being said, though, please do ensure that any such decals or stickers are kept up-to-date. Not only is this important for ensuring that all animals in the house are properly accounted for, but is also important for the safety of emergency personnel. For example, if one of your furbabies has passed away but it is still included on an displayed pet emergency alert at your home, then emergency crews might put their lives at risk looking for an animal who is not even present. So, while these pet emergency alert bulletins can indeed benefit your pets' safety, also ensure that you use them properly in order to keep emergency personnel equally safe.


pilch92 said...

Evan is such a cutie. I love the drawing and your tips are great too. XO

Eastside Cats said...

Evan, such a handsome!

Melissa, Mudpie and Angel Truffles (Mochas, Mysteries and Meows) said...

Happy Monday, cutie pie!

The Island Cats said...

So nice to see you, Evan!

Lone Star Cats said...

Enjoy the sun Evan!

messymimi said...

Evan is worth waiting for on a Monday morning.