Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Orange Tabby Tuesday

Evan took a bit of a vacation yesterday and let housemate Toby take care of the Mancat Monday post. But, Evan is back to work today and has some orange tabby to show you on this Tuesday!

Well, I guess Evan's back in a physical sense. He's a bit too sleepy for anything more than that, though.

No matter, though, because just look at those stripes on this napping tabby! That is, if you can see them through all of that glare. This here human never takes proper time or care to get proper lighting, does she?

Have a terrific Tuesday, friends!

Our Doodle of the Day:

Before we share our doodle, we have to let you know that, no, you are not having déjà vu. Well, maybe a little, but not too much. Today's doodle looks a lot like yesterday's, but it's not identical to it. My sister is the one who requested that one of my Halloween drawings star black cats, a white fence, and some pumpkins. That's a type of scene that I do indeed enjoy drawing this time of year, and so I ended up drawing two versions. The first version, and my favorite version, was the one you saw yesterday. Now, today, we're sharing with you the other version I doodled up for my sister's request.

Our Tip of the Day:

It is not only important to prevent your furbaby's access to dangerous products during the Halloween season, and to know the signs of potential toxicity, but also to know when and where veterinary offices are open in your area. Of course, it is ideal that emergencies be prevented by taking precautions. Sometimes, though, accidents and emergencies do happen. For this reason, it is important that you are aware of the hours and locations of certain veterinary clinics in your area. What time does your regular veterinary clinic close? Are there emergency clinics in the area? If so, when are they open, and where are they located? Planning ahead for potential emergencies may sometimes prove unnecessary, which is a good problem to have. But, in the event of an emergency, such as if your kitty or pup breaks into the candy stash on Halloween, you can save precious time and potentially your furbaby's life by knowing ahead of time where you can take them for veterinary care in an emergency situation. This is important any time of the year, but of course including during holidays such as Halloween, when dangerous products and situations may be more prevalent.


Pam and Teddy said...

Oh Evan you look EVER so comfy, cozy and sleepy! We gingers always look huggable and I think you did a good job today with that.

Hugs, Teddy

Marg said...

That is a great picture Evan. And of course we love the doodle with all the black cats. Have a great day.

Eastside Cats said...

Some doodle kitties have really long tailios! So cute!
Evan, I just want to smooch your ginger nose!

The Island Cats said...

Enjoy your nap, Evan. We'll just sit here and admire you.

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

You are so purrfectly precious, Evan!

messymimi said...

A napping cat always makes me feel calm and sleepy.

Black cats are perfect for me any time of year.

pilch92 said...

Nice to see adorable Evan. I love the drawing. And as always, excellent tips.

meowmeowmans said...

Hey, it's nice to see you, handsome Evan. Happy napping! :)

We love us some black cats, and that doodle is awesome.

The Swiss Cats said...

You look so sweet, Evan ! Purrs

Momma Kat and Her Bear Cat said...

Evan and his beautiful sun! We'd love to curl up right there with him!