This here human is having way too much fun doodling cat-o'-lanterns. It is quite possible that they will make appearances even after Halloween is over. We hope you don't mind.
Now, don't forget to visit Athena to see the art of all of our friends!
Our Tip of the Day:Bats may be a common symbol of Halloween, but did you know that they are also one of the primary carriers of rabies? What's more, their teeth are so small that a bite is often difficult or impossible to detect. For this reason, if you have any concern of bats being in or around your home, such as in the attic or in nearby trees, take all precautions to keep your furbaby safe. Rabies vaccines, for example, can help protect against rabies. As you all know, rabies is not a disease to take lightly, so do your best to keep your furbaby safe from bats and other risks for the disease.
That doodle is just terrific. And Astrid has her own pumpkin. You all have a fantastic day.
Fabulous ! You're so talented ! Purrs
Very cute drawing. Excellent tip too. I asked about getting a rabies vaccine for myself when I was helping with TNR, but it was so expensive. My niece's boss had gotten everyone at the vet clinic vaccinated, but once VCA took over, theu wouldn't cover the cost.
I love your drawings and would never get tired of them.
You really should think about making Halloween cards with your drawings. So cute!
Pumpkins work for Thanksgiving too! We love your cat o'lanterns :)
We know that bats are rabies carriers, but they really help pollinate and eat insects. That's why I am slowly building a garden the will attract bats and bees, butterflies...with native-to-Michigan plantings. The 'O' Cats are protected, trust me!
Your drawings are fantabulous!
We always love your drawings! Your bats and cats are all that! :)
Loving yer pumpkins! All o' them! Purrrrsss....
Thanks for the bat tips too.
Athena and Marie
Love your cat-o'lanterns! They're so cute :)
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