That's right. It's time for snowkitty to start making an appearance. For Halloween it was all things cat-o'-lantern, and now we've reached the snowkitty phase. Truth be told, I was thinking about doing a snowkitty and cat-o'-lantern mashup for next week's Caturday Art. What do you friends of ours think? Yay or nay to that?
Back to today's snowkitty, though. Now, I'm not sure I've admitted this here before, but I have an obsession with buttons. I can go to a craft store in search of nothing but a set of markers or a sketchbook, and come out with a lifetime supply of buttons. Buttons in every size and shape and all that jazz, I love them all. That being said, I used some of my never-ending supply of buttons to spruce up the snowkitty's little scene just a bit.
Of course, today's snowkitty was created for Athena's Caturday Art blog hop. Do be sure to visit Athena so as to see the art of all of our friends!
Happy Caturday to all! If it's cold in your corner of the world, too, we hope you're staying warm and cozy!
Our Tip of the Day:
Yesterday we talked about offering potatoes as a treat for your pup, such as during Thanksgiving dinner. We focused on potatoes of a more white variety yesterday, so today we're here to talk about sweet potatoes. To put it simply, sweet potatoes can make for a great treat for a pup or kitty. They are a great source of fiber and vitamin A, as well as vitamin C, potassium, and a variety of other beneficial nutrients. Plain steamed, baked, or mashed sweet potatoes would be a great treat to allow your kitty or pup during that Thanksgiving dinner. That all being said, though, do be cautious of dishes such as sweet potato casserole. These altered versions of sweet potato often contain added sugar, sugary marshmallows, and other potential seasonings or ingredients that could be unhealthy or lead to gastrointestinal side effects. So, sweet potatoes are a great treat to offer that furbaby in your life, but do be sure it's of the plain and healthy variety!