I went in a strange direction with this St. Patrick's Day doodle, didn't I? Toadstools? Tree houses? Does this have anything to do with this day of luck? Who knows, but we're wishing you all a lovely, lucky day no matter what!
Our Tip of the Day:
Ingestion of toxic amounts of iron can result in a variety of symptoms. For example, iron poisoning may cause vomiting, diarrhea, bloody stool, lethargy, and even negative effects on organs such as the heart or liver. Needless to say, be aware of what items in your household might contain iron, or any potentially dangerous substance. And, of course, keep all such items well out of reach of your furbaby. Never leave your vitamins or other medications, or any questionable items, sitting around for a curious furbaby to find. If your furbaby does get into such items and ingests them, though, then do of course seek veterinary assistance.
Great doodle for St. Patrick's day. Love all the mushrooms. Have a super Saturday.
Everything in the doodle has a magical quality and that is what St. Patty's day is all about - good work! Good to know about those little packets, the cats always want to play with them - probably because they smell like jerky! Glad we never let them have those things.
Oh what a GREAT St. Patrick's Day doodle! Love every details.
Hugs, Teddy and Mom Pam too
Lovely doodle for St Patrick's Day ! Purrs
Athena and Marie
It's a lovely doodle.
That doodle is absolutely adorable!!!
Great drawing. And excellent tips, as always.
The Irish have a saying about cats, “Who would believe such pleasure from a wee ball o’ fur!”
A Catrechaun! We may have lead in our water or so our gas company says. The condo assoc. says we're ok but who really believes them. Happy St. Paddy's Day!
We're loving your doodle. Sure, we think it fits the St. Ctarick's Day them perfectly! :)
We've got to believe that cats and leprechauns aren't exactly friends! LOL!
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