What Will Baseball Eat Next?

It’s still a bit cold outside these days for Mom to plant anything in the garden just yet. But that hasn’t stopped her from making a list of things she wants to put in the ground this spring!  Baseball is looking forward to the all of the new goodies he might get a chance to try out this year, as well.

Regular readers will remember that he’s a big fan of anything Mom eats – he’s even tried raw red bell pepper and raw celery!  Last year he also got to branch out and try some fruit, too.

Here are some photos Mom just re-found of him chowing down on some black cherries freshly picked from the tree in the side yard:

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Have you ever seen a cat eat cherries?  No?  Mom says she hadn’t either.  But we’ll just keep doing our best to keep her on her toes!

*Note: This site does not endorse feeding your animals anything other than the food recommended by your veterinarian. These are just foods that, over the course of time, have fallen on the floor and Baseball has “cleaned up” (before I had a chance to).

And We’re Back!

Sorry about the hiatus, everyone!  Mom wasn’t feeling very well.  Apparently the holidays are harder on humans than they are on cats! But we made sure to nurse her back to good health :)

We don’t have much to report today, just that there are a lot of things in the works behind the scenes!  Mom says she’s working on making us something called a “Pinterest account“.  We don’t really know what that is, but she says that means more people will get to enjoy our furry faces and silly antics, so that sounds like a pretty good plan to us!

She also shot some more video of us recently, so we’ll have some new movies up on our YouTube channel in the next week or so, hopefully.  If you haven’t checked us out there already, click here to join the fun.

Not only that, but mom says she’s finally going to finish our latest Adventures of Baseball and Zooey book.  And we think that’s the most exciting news of all. Baseball has been waiting a long time to get his very own book instead of just being a walk-on in one of those silly stories about Zooey!  So be sure to keep an eye out for that as well.

And don’t forget, you can always follow us on Facebook and Twitter for even more cute animal pictures, pet advice, and information – even on days we’re not updating the blog!

Well, that’s all for now, but we’ll leave you with this cute picture of Zooey cuddling with the Christmas Bear before mom took all of the decorations away:

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Have a Great Weekend!  XOXO, Baseball and Zooey

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year everybody!  We hope you had a fun and safe holiday inside. Sometimes those fireworks can get kind of scary!!  We had a good night cuddling on the couch with mom and thought it was exciting when the ball dropped.  She drank something called apple cider, which we smelled, but the bubbles went up our noses so we can’t quite figure out why someone would want to drink it…

This year, our resolution is to keep being our cute funny selves, so mom has lots more inspiration for her books!  She thinks we might want to consider breaking fewer things also, but we’re not so sure about that.  Messes are fun!

What’s your resolution?

Wising you a joyous, and healthy New Year, full of lots of cuddles and fun toys!  Happy 2013 everyone!

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Happy New Year 2013

Winter Safety for Pets

Cold winter weather can provide many hazards for your pet, especially outdoor friends and strays.  Be a responsible pet owner this year and follow these tips from Alley Cat Allies to keep your furry friend happy and healthy through the winter season.

Winter Pet Safety

Some additional tips that Zooey and Baseball wanted to add:

  • Make sure outdoor pets have access to fresh water and don’t allow it to ice over.
  • Feed them a little extra – staying warm when it’s cold out burns more calories.
  • Make some roughneck homes.
  • Keep pets indoors on particularly stormy, wet, rainy, or snowy days.
  • Make sure all indoor/outdoor pets are brought inside over night.

Click Here to check out even more tips on winter safety from Alley Cat Allies, and make sure your friends stay safe and warm this winter!