I don't know if any of you share this sentiment with me, but I'm a bit of a fan of Harry Potter. I was in grade school when the books first came out, and so I was one of those who grew up reading them. And of course there's also the fact that fantasy has always been my favorite genre to read. (Want a fun little tidbit? I can largely thank my dad, an avid reader himself, for my love of the fantasy genre. After all, he read The Hobbit to me and my sister as a bedtime story when we were just barely school age. And I loved every second of it. But I digress.)
So, back to Caturday Art. Long story short, I stumbled upon that comment about drawing Harry Potter characters as kittens, and then this happened:
I had a lot of fun with this one. But, I do apologize to those who are not familiar with Harry Potter, as the details of this drawing probably make little to no sense to you. Just keep in mind that Harry Potter is full of all sorts of fantastical fun, including a school in a magical castle, as well as a magical car, a lightning bolt scar, lots of books, and even a pink umbrella.
I felt compelled to include all the furbabies in my life in this one. You can see my Evan, Eddy, Thimble, and Astrid up close and personal, but if you look in the background you'll also see little appearances from the other kitties in my family. I even included an homage to my angel Rosie.
So, am I the only Harry Potter fan here? Or are there others out there?
Happy Caturday to all of our furiends!
Our Tip of the Day:
Continuing with our household safety tips, let's move on to your study or work area. To keep the area pet-friendly, keep all small objects tucked away in a drawer or somewhere safe. This includes pens and pencils, paper clips, rubber bands, flash drives, and any and all other such items. Also be sure that all cords, such as those belonging to your computer, are tucked up and hidden away from curious paws and teeth. Another helpful hint? If your furbabies prove a little too eager to help you in your work area, be sure that they are provided with plenty of their own toys and resting places in the room, so that they won't be so tempted by you and your work at hand.