Evan, for those who don't know, is hind limb paralyzed due to a coyote attack that occurred when he was roughly 6 weeks old. But don't worry, because he doesn't let this get him down! He can run and play, and certainly does plenty of both. With the help of a few stools placed here and there, he can get up onto chairs, couches, and beds. In short, Evan believes he is just like any other cat, and I certainly have no reason to believe otherwise myself.
So, how best to illustrate my brave boy Evan? As Supercat himself, of course!
Supercat Evan is our contribution to this week's Caturday Art blog hop, hosted by the lovely Athena
This is one fun, artsy fartsy blog hop, and we look forward to it each and every week. To check out the art of so many of our furiends, be sure to visit Athena!
Wishing everybuddy a happy and heroic Caturday!
Our Tip of the Day:Does your kitty ever seem to get bored of their cat tree? One easy way to perhaps rejuvenate their interest in it is by simply turning the cat tree, such as by rotating it 90 or 180 degrees. Having it face another direction can give your kitty the impression of having a whole new view of things. Another option is to relocate the cat tree, such as by moving it to the other side of the room, to a different window, to a new room altogether, or maybe even just by a few feet. Again, many kitties love the thrill and adventure of a moved object in the home, and all the better when it's something such as their cat tree! These suggestions could also be used to help your kitty find new joy in other items, such as if you occasionally rotate or move their favorite cat bed or toy. Of course, if your kitty seems distressed by such change, it might be best to put all back in its original place. But, if your kitty is bored and in need of a new adventure, do consider trying to put a simple twist on their cat tree or other favorite items.