It's the first day of autumn. That means it's officially the season of Halloween. That means it's cat-o'-lantern season.
Truth be told, I meant to include an actual kitty friend for that cat-o'-lantern in this doodle. But, I was so excited to scribble up my first cat-o'-lantern of the year that I apparently forgot to include the actual kitty. The cat-o'-lantern counts as a kitty, though, right?
Happy Caturday, friends! And happy autumn!
Yesterday's tip discussed having rescue alert stickers posted at your home, to aid rescue workers in getting all of the animals at your home to safety in the event of an emergency at your house. Today's tip is to have a means of alerting rescuers that there are animals in need of care at your home in the event that something were to happen to you while you are away from home. For example, you could have a pet alert info card in your wallet or in your car, indicating the types and number of animals at your home in need of care should you, God forbid, be rendered unable to make it home to care for them as needed. It is never desirable to consider the possibility of such emergencies or disasters occurring, but it is nevertheless important to think ahead and plan ahead for your kitty, pup, or other companion animal's care in the event of any type of emergency.