In summary, I love fantasy. Perhaps that's why I've been in the mood to draw some whimsical doodles of late. At the same time, though, despite the cold temperatures and snow falling from the sky in mid-March, I've also been hankering to draw some Spring pieces. So, when I couldn't decide whether to make our contribution to Athena's always fun Caturday Art blog hop more on the magical side or more in tune with Spring, I ended up just meeting in the middle.
We hope everybuddy is having a magical March!
To see the lovely art created by many of our furiends, be sure to visit Athena today!
Our Tip of the Day:Though for many of us it may not seem like it quite yet, Spring is just around the corner. If you have some Spring cleaning planned, don't forget your furbaby's goods in those plans for tidying up. Consider the items that your furbaby uses frequently, and make sure that these items are cleaned and freshened up. For example, does your furbaby have a favorite pet bed? And has this pet bed been run through the wash recently? If not, have at it! The same goes for blankets or other bedding used by your furbaby, and even items such as your furbaby's clothing, collar, and leash can get dirty and need the help of a little soap and water. Also don't forget to consider the cleanliness of your furbaby's toys. Cloth toys may need a turn in the wash, and chew toys may benefit from a soapy soak and a good rinse to potentially remove bacteria or other debris passed along from your furbaby's mouth. And does your furbaby have one of those food dispensing toys? Crumbs and other debris can end up stuck in such toys, and old food and the like can spoil, and nobody wants to have filth or the likes of microbial growth in their toys. Of course, cleaning up after your furbaby is a year round duty, but Spring cleaning is a good time to take note of items that might be forgotten but which also might be in need of some care.