I don't know why, but the other day I felt compelled to doodle a kitty reading a book on a park bench, by the light of a street lamp and the stars. I haven't a clue why that image popped into my head, but it did. So, that's what I scribbled up. We hope you like it!
That up there is of course our entry to Athena's Caturday Art blog hop.
Don't forget to visit Athena and see the art our friends have created this week!
We're wishing all of you a beautiful day!
Our Tip of the Day:
Today's tip in our litter box series is to, if or as needed, go for a DIY litter box. This could simply entail picking out a plastic storage container to use, rather than getting a typical plastic litter box. This method might save you money, as some litter boxes cost a decent amount, and some storage containers are inexpensive. You would especially save money if you already have a safe, sturdy, clean storage container not in use, which could therefore be converted into a litter box. Going for a makeshift litter box is might be a good option if your cat, or even the layout of your home, requires a size of container that is difficult to find in the world of litter boxes. For example, if your cat is on the extra large side, and has trouble maneuvering in even some of the larger litter boxes on the market, you could purchase a giant storage container and convert into a litter box better suited for your cat. If the sides of a storage container are especially tall, potentially hindering a cat's ability to climb in, you can safely cut away part of one side to create a doorway, as long as you ensure no sharp edges result.
There might be a number of reasons why the litter boxes you see at the pet store might not work the best for your cat, yourself, of your home. If this is the case, consider what other containers could be used as a DIY litter box. Of course, though, above all else, almost make sure any box you use is safe, and that your kitty approves.