Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Pet Safety Chat on Twitter

The holidays are here! I love to share the holidays with all the furry members of my family, but I also know it's important to keep them safe. In fact, we're taking an extra step this year with our Christmas decorations. We're trading in all of our hand-blown glass ornaments and will instead use soft ornaments that can't be broken by the cats, thus possibly causing them harm.

An outtake from last year's holiday photo shoot.

For more ideas on how to keep your pets safe during the holidays, you can join in the #HappyPawlidays pet safety chat on Twitter this Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 8:00 pm EST. It will be hosted by Dr. Cindy Bressler, the veterinary consultant for Wellness Natural Pet Food.

Be sure to follow @DrCindyBressler and @wellnesspetfood on Twitter and remember to use the hashtag #HappyPawlidays for the chat. They'll be hanging out for an hour exchanging pet safety ideas, it should be very informative!

Sebastian Claws (December 2011)


  1. I am so happy - my human says we can have a Christmas tree! Apparently, there hasn't been one in several years. (She says no kitty has ever climbed her tree, and that I had better keep that record intact.)

  2. This is a good reminder to consider the fur kids when it comes to holiday decorations. Thank goodness none of our cats have ever thought of the ornaments as toys, or the tree as something to climb! They do all see to enjoy sleeping under it, though. :)

  3. We'll try to make the twitter chat. We are really bad because we love to play with the tree and ornaments.