While the holidays are meant to be a festive time, if you don’t take precaution, it can also be a dangerous time for our fur-kids. Check out our blog with pet safety tips for the year-end holidays. To read the full blog post check out the link in our bio for ‘End Of Year Holiday Pet Safety Tips’ for the next two weeks, go to https://bit.ly/2jaboJy or go to the link in our bio for ‘Read Our Blog’ and do a search for ‘End Of Year Holiday Pet Safety Tips’.
Mycroft has become a big part of our family very quickly. He’s even started to play with Watson—they chase, run, chew the same toys, sleep beside each other, and even lick each other’s faces! Watson is very thin, and although Mycroft is making progress since August he is still overweight. Yet he is the fastest of the two (we nick named him Zoomie he’s so fast) and my far the strongest (he’s going to rip my arm out play tug someday!). Please do not message me or comment on my posts about him needing a diet, being fat, or whatever synonym you come up with. It’s obvious, so why state it? It’s also rude, hurtful, and not any of your business. He has lost about two kilos since August, but again that’s not your concern. Before you say something ask yourself if it’s kind, and is it helpful. If the answer to either is no then don’t say it. It just makes me want to not share his story at all.
That being said, the next person who makes a comment like this will be blocked, as will everyone else going forward—I’m tired of this.