Just look at those stripes. Aren't they just purrfect for this time of year? They're orange like pumpkins and just so festive.
Feel free to feast your eyes on those terrific stripes, friends. Evan won't mind.
Happy Tabby Tuesday! Or, depending on what you're celebrating today, happy Tuxie Tuesday, Tortie Tuesday, Tummy Tuesday, Toesies Tuesday, or any sort of Tuesday you want!
Our Halloween Doodle of the Day:
I didn't realize I doodled up so many Halloween bookmarks for the craft fair this past weekend until I realized how many days I'd be sharing them with you all. So, here's another one I created.
And, of course, I yet again found a silly little saying on the internet to correspond with the bookish doodle.
Our Tip of the Day:
We talked about sparing unwilling furbabies from dressing up for Halloween, and about selecting safe costumes for those furbabies who do enjoy dressing up. Today, we're here to remind you that, if you yourself are planning to don a costume for Halloween, to again take your furbaby into consideration. Any costume worn by yourself, or anyone else in the house, should be safe around your kitty or pup, such as by being free of parts and pieces that a kitty or pup might chew or ingest and thereby put themselves in danger. Earlier in the month we also talked about the toxicity of items such as fake blood, so of course it's safest to refrain from including that in any costume you wear.
Aside from costume dangers, also keep your furbaby's comfort and happiness in mind if you have any sort of costume for yourself. Wigs and masks, for example, might scare some cats or dogs, especially those who are already skittish. It's not only important to ensure that any costume you wear is safe around your furbaby, therefore, but that it also does not scare them.