That there was actually supposed to be the last of my Christmas in July doodles. Then I realized that this upcoming Wednesday is July 25th, which is essentially the true day of Christmas in July. So, I of course changed my mind and decided to create and post Christmas in July doodles through that day.
So, we're sure hoping you're not tired of these festive doodles. After all, you'll have to bear with them for a few more days.
The festive doodle above is of course our contribution to Athena's Caturday Art blog hop.
We hope you're all having a fun, fantastic, and festive weekend!
Our Tip of the Day:
It might even be worth it to note that, in some instances, using your old clothes, or even typical pet clothing, could possibly help protect healing sores. For example, clothes could potentially be used to block a furbaby's access to a healing surgical incision or other lesion on their abdomen, sides, or back. This being said, always discuss any such treatments with your veterinarian. Some wounds should not be covered up because they need air to properly heal. So, never cover lesions with any sort of pet clothing, bandage, or wrapping without first discussing this with your veterinarian.
All in all, before you toss out your old clothes, take into consideration if there is any use your furbaby might get out of them. After all, as we've mentioned, your old clothes could be used as blankets or sleeping spots for your furbaby, they could be used to make a pet bed, pieces of them could be used to make toys, or, as mentioned today, they could be used to create clothes for your furbaby. Just as with a number of everyday items, our old clothes could potentially be used in any number of ways for the benefit of our furbabies. After all, kitties and pups often find comfort in the scent of their people, and so they surely wouldn't mind using your clothes once you're done with them!