Eddy even decided to pose for a couple more shots starring her tabby stripes. The problem, though, was that her photographer (that is, this sad excuse of a human) couldn't manage to line up the shots, and Eddy's chin kept getting chopped off. See?
Eddy is pretty sure you just can't find a decent
Eddy hopes all of her friends out there have better photographers than her!
Now it's time for our third installment in the A to Z Challenge.
We'll yet again repeat ourselves and explain that our theme this year involves twisting classic story titles into something different, with animals in mind, of course. Then we'll share a doodle illustrating that new title. So, what do we have for the letter C today? Are you ready for some Christmas in April? Honestly, that does seem perfectly fitting. We got half a foot of snow on this past Easter Sunday, after all. But I digress.
That's right. We turned A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens into A Christmas Feral. To be honest, this is not really a new one for us. We shared lots of doodles like this around Christmastime. In the past, we've also shared some bookmarks we doodled up using the warped title A Christmas Feral. So, this one isn't really anything new, but we really, really wanted this to be our letter C for the A to Z Challenge. So, there it is.
We hope you friends of ours are having a happy, healthy week! We also hope it's nothing like Christmas out there for you. Warm wishes to all!
Our Tip of the Day:
Our second tip relating to heartworms is to know the potential symptoms. Since heartworms can affect the heart and lungs, early symptoms can often resemble those of asthma. Coughing and a lack of desire or an inability to exercise are commonly seen. Other potential signs of heartworm disease include decreased appetite, weight loss, and vomiting. The more severe the heartworm infection, and the longer it is present, the more pronounced the symptoms may be. Severe cases may also involve fluid buildup in the abdomen, as well as acute symptoms of pulmonary or cardiac failure, often due to heartworms causing a blockage. If you have any concerns that your cat or dog might have heartworms, seek veterinary care as soon as possible.