Saturday, May 26, 2018

A Pup and Her Purritos

Our foodie doodles continue. We are now starting to work on some more of the suggestions you all gave us last Saturday, when we asked what foods you might like us to draw. Today's doodle was inspired by wonderful Marg's suggestion of creating a doodle starring both kitties and pups. We put a bit of a twist on that, and ended up with this strange doodle:

Disclaimer: Fear not. No kitties were eaten or harmed in the making of this doodle.

Our doodle for tomorrow was also inspired by Marg's suggestion, as it again stars a kitty and a pup. We won't give anymore spoilers on this, though. You'll have to visit us tomorrow if you'd like to see it.

If you are looking for some sort of spoiler, though, some of the other suggestions we got lost week and that we have in the works include doodles with a mud pie (can you guess who suggested this one?), pizza, and none other than a taco. We almost used kitty tacos in the doodle we shared today. But, then we opted for purritos instead. Don't worry, though, a taco or two is indeed on the way.

Our doodle up there is of course our entry to Athena's Caturday Art blog hop!


We hope all of you friends of ours have a terrific and tasty day!



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Our Tip of the Day:

Today's summer tip is a bit of a fun one, but also one relating to food and hydration. What on earth are we talking about? Popsicles! It is possible to make popsicles for your pup or even your kitty. You can mix water with a bit of peanut butter, tuna, berries, or other safe food, and then freeze the mixture in an ice tray or popsicle tray. Once they're frozen, you can let your pup or kitty lick them. You can also place these frozen treats directly in your furbaby's water bowl, perhaps to entice them to drink a bit more (just be sure to remove any food remnants from the popsicle out of the water bowl, so that no spoilage occurs). These frozen goodies can make a great treat on a hot summer day, as they can also help a dog or cat stay cool and hydrated. That being said, do ensure that your pup or kitty does not choke on small pieces of the treat, that chewers don't injure any teeth chomping on the ice, and also that your floors don't end up with melted puddles of left behind treats.

11 comments:

Unknown said...

Those are the cutest purritos ever! :)

Marg said...

Thanks for taking my suggestion. Great doodle and we know that Pup Astrid wouldn't think about harming his nice kitty friends. Have a super day.

messymimi said...

Love the purritos!

It sounds like popsicles need to be an outdoor treat, whether given to kids or pets (my children had to go outdoors, in their bathing suits, to eat popsicles, ice cream cones, or watermelon, so i could hose them off after!).

Athena Cat Goddess Wise Kitty said...

Poor kitties! We're glad they weren't harmed! Great doodle as always :)

Purrs xx
Athena and Marie

The Swiss Cats said...

Lovely purritos ! Purrs

Melissa, Mudpie and Angel Truffles (Mochas, Mysteries and Meows) said...

OMC those purritos...I'll take a half dozen, please!!!

pilch92 said...

That is a cute drawing, glad no cats were harmed :) Excellent tips, I am going to make some tuna popsicles for the kitties.

Crafty Garden Gal (find me at PlayingInCatnip.com or HomeGardenDiggers.com) said...

Those are such cute Kitteh purritos. Just as long as they are not really on the menu. Love the ice pop tip for kittehs.
Yael from PlayingInCatnip.com

Kitties Blue said...

What an adorable doodle. Love the expression on Astrid's face. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

meowmeowmans said...

That is such a cute doodle! We know Astrid would never eat one of those adorable purritos. :)

Cathy Keisha said...

Whoa!! NO comment about this one. Did I mention last week that I thought some fried mice Chinese food should be in order?