Hello my little ones!
Today is the day here in America we celebrate our nation’s birthday. I won’t go into all of the history about the revolution and the Declaration of Independence and everything.
But there are a few things I would like for all of you to keep in mind. Today is a day when we celebrate with fireworks. There are soldiers who served in battle who are sensitive to loud noises and sounds of battle and gunfire. PLEASE be respectful of them. Those people chose to serve and protect our country and put their lives in danger. We need to be considerate while setting off fireworks around them.
I know you humans have dog and cat pets. Often, these creatures are frightened by the loud sounds. This holiday causes the most lost pets. Please get your pets microchipped for identification. Please talk to your pet doctor about strategies for keeping your pets safe. You can make sure to not set of fireworks near them. Make sure gates and fences are solid and closed/latched. Use a collar and leash if needed. If your pet becomes too panicked, take them somewhere they feel safe (inside). Turn on the television and/or fans to help with the noise as well. If things are too severe, talk to the pet’s doctor about medicines and other ways to soothe your pets.
We are fortunate here in America. We have freedoms we take for granted that other countries do not enjoy. We need to thank our veterans who served. Go ahead and celebrate our freedoms. Enjoy the fireworks. Remember the sacrifices of others so we can have everything we do have.
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO SERVED!! THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!!
until next time, my pretties!
Isys the vampire