It's Tonks Tuesday, but Tonks is admittedly sleeping on the job.
There are some toesies to admire, though, so here you go.
Tonks is wishing you all lots of naps today. Happy Tuesday!
Flashback Doodle of the Day
Tip of the Day
Yesterday's autumn safety tip revolved around helping your kitty or pup stay warm by putting out more blankets or pet beds, and keeping said napping spots off the floor. Today's tip is also about helping your furbaby stay warm as the weather cools down, but this time in the form of food. It is possible that, as the weather grows colder, our furbabies might eat more in order to stay warm. This is because eating spurs metabolism, which can help produce warmth for the body. As it grows chilly, therefore, your kitty or pup might indeed need more food. That being said, though, this often relates more so to outdoor animals. Kitties and pups who live in temperature controlled homes might not, in fact, need a change in food intake during the cold months. And so, if you have any concerns regarding your cat or dog's weight, or if they have related health issues, then of course discuss food intake with your veterinarian.