Saturday, September 29, 2018

Rosie in the Pumpkin Patch

I'm in one of those spells when I just sort of want to draw my angel Rosie all the time. So, that's exactly what I'm doing. Today, in the world of doodles, Rosie's picking out a pumpkin!


This is actually going to be part of short little series of doodles starring Rosie and her pumpkin. It will go through to Monday, the first day of October. Can anyone guess the fate of this pumpkin of Rosie's?

As always, we're happily participating in Athena's Caturday Art Blog Hop!


Have an incredible Caturday, friends!



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Our Tip of the Day:

As we mentioned yesterday, September is Animal Pain Awareness Month, and so the last days of this month will include tips relating to that very topic. Yesterday's tip was about some of the signs and symptoms you might notice if your furbaby is in pain. Today's tip relates to, of course, taking your kitty in for a veterinary exam should they be showing signs of pain. By way of examination and other potential diagnostic tests, a reason for any pain your furbaby is feeling might be deduced.

Moreover, if or when your veterinarian describes medications to treat or regulate your furbaby's pain, always monitor them closely. This is often especially important after the first doses of a new medication. Depending on the reason for pain, as well as depending on the individual animal, different medications can vary in their efficacy and side effects. Of course, some pain medications will, by nature, cause drowsiness or other such side effects. In some cases, though, there are other things to look out for. For example, some animals have noticeably adverse reactions to certain drugs, such as respiratory distress, hives or swelling, vomiting, or diarrhea. There are also cases when an animal might have a hypersensitivity to certain medications, making typical side effects, such as drowsiness, even more pronounced than anticipated or safe. Therefore, after giving your kitty or pup a pain medication (or, in truth, any medication), be sure to observe them carefully. If you notice any concerning or abnormal side effects in your cat or dog, of course do not hesitate to contact your veterinarian.

12 comments:

Pam and Teddy said...

I think Rosie has picked a PERFECT punkin' ! Can't wait to see what she does with it......

Hugs, Teddy

Marg said...

What a great choice you made Rosie. That is a nice looking pumpkin. Are you going to carve it???

pilch92 said...

I love drawings of Rosie, this one is adorable. I wonder what she will carve or will she make a pie? Excellent tips too.Have a great day! :)

Memories of Eric and Flynn said...

Rosie has chosen a perfect pumpkin. Will it have kitties carved out of it?
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messymimi said...

An entire Rosie Revue! That will be fun.

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

This is SO sweet!!! We're thinking pumpkin pie ;)

The Island Cats said...

What a sweet drawing. Rosie picked the purrfect pumpkin.

meowmeowmans said...

Aww, we love this doodle of Rosie and her chosen pumpkin. Will it become a jack-o-lantern?

Athena Cat Goddess Wise Kitty said...

Such a cute doodle!

Purrs xx
Athena and Marie

Eastside Cats said...

We watch the cats constantly, to see if their behavior shows any pain or illness. Am thinking about getting Chili Bruce to the chiropractor; in my opinion, he's changed his jumping habits in the last month. The Hubby thinks I'm being a helicopter mom, but I think I'll set up an appointment now! Cute doodle!

Little Binky and Granny said...

So cute, sweet pumpkin Rosie :D I think this is going to be a spooky pumpkin :D Pawkisses for a Happy October πŸΎπŸ˜½πŸ’ž

Cathy Keisha said...

I'm finally getting around to viewing all the great art. Pick a nice one for me, Rosie!