HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Today and every day, all of us here wish all of you out there good health, happiness, and many, many blessings.
I myself am grateful that, as we ring in the New Year that is 2023, all of my furbabies are home with me where they belong. Less than a week ago my orange boy Evan was hospitalized at the emergency vet with a urinary blockage. He is now home and recovering and overall doing well.
I scribbled that doodle up there very last minute, as Evan has always been like my little Tiny Tim to me. It's also technically still the Christmas season, today being the Eighth Day of Christmas, so A Christmas Carol sort of New Year with Tiny
Tim Evan seemed apt enough.
Again we wish you all a very happy and healthy 2023!
Tip of the Day
We're taking a short break from our series of tips on feral cat care to give a special New Year tip. This tip is simply to be cautious and safe today. Whether or not you are taking part in New Year celebrations, be responsible and careful when driving and when otherwise out and about today. Sadly, the roads can be a dangerous place filled with people irresponsibly driving under the influence on days like New Year's Day. So, for the sake of your safety, and for the sake of friends and family and of course furbabies who depend on you, be careful and take precautions to stay safe today. If possible, stay home with your furbabies and other family, where you can all remain safe and sound. Happy New Year!