And so, today's post is indeed brought to you by one of my parents' cats. You've met this particular fluffy little cutie before, and her name is Gilly. After Foggy, whom you all met this past Mancat Monday, Gilly is the newest member of the family. She's a giant ball of fluff, ridiculously adorable, and of course knows that and, well, uses it to her advantage with great success. (In other words, she has my dad wrapped around that furry little paw of hers.)
How about a closeup? You know, to get a better shot of that pink little nose?
Gilly asked me to enter these as our contribution for the Sunday Selfies blog hop, hosted by our pals over at The Cat on My Head. I was more than happy to oblige. After all, who wouldn't want to see that level of fluffy cuteness?!?
Now, on to today's art. All I can really say about this one is that I have been overcome with an urge to draw fantastical sorts of creatures as of late. It happens. I guess. (What can I say? I never claimed to be any semblance of "normal".) That probably means there are indeed going to some eccentric pieces coming up. Like this one:
For anyone who wasn't yet familiar with a narwhal, there you go.
We hope you all have yourselves a fantastic Sunday!
Our Tip of the Day:
Despite their extra legs and different method of ambulation compared to us, keep in mind that our furbabies are still susceptible to the dangers of walking in winter weather. An extra pair of legs is certainly not guaranteed to keep a furbaby from slipping on ice and injuring bones or muscles, such as those of their legs or ribs. Even walking in deep snow can be dangerous to them, such as if one or more legs sinks down into it, or if deep snow collapses beneath them or on top of them. For reasons such as these, always be cautious and careful when walking your pup in icy or heavily snowy conditions (not to mention also for your own safety). Also, perhaps try not to leave your dog or outdoor cats outside in icy or snowy conditions without closely monitoring them, so that you can be there to assist them should they slip or in any way injure themselves or find themselves in trouble.