This little doodle is also in honor of our wildly confused weather these days. The other night I awoke to thunder storms, and then that same afternoon the temperature dropped 30°F and it snowed. We're putting a APB out for Mother Nature so that we can ask her what gives.
Of course, this silly little doodle is our contribution to Athena's fantastically fun Caturday Art blog hop.
Be sure to visit Athena in order to see the art all of our friends have crafted up!
Happy Caturday to all!
Our Tip of the Day:Today, our Spay/Neuter Awareness Month tip is all about behavior. Yesterday we gave some examples of how spaying and neutering can benefit a cat or dog's health, and the same can be said for their behavior. For example, a cat or dog who is not spayed or neutered will often be more inclined to escape outside, such as to run off and find a hot date. Nobody likes the scare of a loose or lost furbaby, and especially not if they come back with news of a surprise pregnancy. So, to reduce any hormonally-induced escapes, of course have your furbabies spayed or neutered. This is not the only behavior affected by hormones and spaying and neutering, though. Cats and dogs who are not spayed or neutered are also more likely to display aggression, also often due to their hormones. In addition, there is the chance that they will spray or mark their territory, as well as the chance that they will be more vocal and might yowl, such as at windows or doors, especially if they are in estrus and therefore instinctively calling for a mate. These and other potential behavioral concerns can often be reduced or eliminated altogether if a cat or dog is spayed or neutered. So, in case you didn't already have enough good reasons, please spay and neuter your cats and dogs!