Safe Independance Day For Cats and Free Summer Cat Care E-Book

Happy Holiday weekend dear friends. This is last minute.  Don’t ever write an e-book during a Mercury Retrograde. I didn’t get the sign up page for it ready, so if you’d like a free copy, subscribe via the pop up form. If you’re already a subscriber’s check your email, it’s there. If not, check your spam folder. It’s a richly illustrated guide jam-packed with everything you need to know about summer cat care. Enjoy! This is a limited time offer so grab it quickly.

There is a chapter all about Fireworks and Cat Safety.  Stay safe everyone. In Westchester County NY where I live, they’ve cancelled all firework displays but private ones have been going off all week to the chagrin of our gang. How are your cats with the noise?

I’m sharing a few favorite Independence day graphics from gentler times. Happy Independence Day. In these volatile times, I’m grateful for freedom and hopeful for positive change. For the first time since the pandemic broke, we’re having some family over this weekend for a socially distanced BBQ. I have mixed feelings about it but hey, baby steps towards opening up safely. What are you doing?

Peace, love and purrrrrs of independence,

Layla, Odin, Nou Nou and the brightest star spangled angels.

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This is so Odin, then and now.

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4th of July black cat

17 thoughts on “Safe Independance Day For Cats and Free Summer Cat Care E-Book”

  1. Happy belated 4th! My cats don’t mind the loud booms but are terrified of the little sparkly ones that you get at the store…go figure MOL.
    Thank you so much for the e-book!!!! Presents are always so nice and ones with good info just keep on giving!
    Luvs to all
    Skeeter and Izzy and the Feral Gang + the angels >^..^^..^<~

  2. Those graphics are wonderful, Layla. People have been setting off illegal fireworks here for the past month, and last night sounded like a war zone. And during a pandemic and drought. smh. We feel so sorry for the animals, and war veterans and others for whom the explosions are terrifying. Gracie, at 20 years old, doesn’t care about the noise (she’s a little hard of hearing, but she’s always been nonplussed about fireworks and thunder). Ava, at three, is surprisingly calm . So we’re thankful, indeed. Hope you had a good socially distant BBQ with your family. We had Tracey’s mom over for a socially distant afternoon. Baby steps, just like you said.

    Hugs to you and the gang.

    1. Thanks and we’ve had random fireworks too but thankfully all official ones were cancelled this year. xoxo

  3. Rainy here in Florida
    My cats don’t seem to mind all the bomber sounds going off outside, they are pretty calm. We are purr usual all remains inside 😻🐾❤️.
    Happy Purrthday Meowica!!!

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