You might want to tiptoe and whisper, just so you know, lest Thimble scold you for disrupting the peace in the library. Like we said, she takes her job very seriously. Thimbles doesn't tolerate any shenanigans around her books.
Happy Sunday, friends!
Doodle of the Day:
Did you know?Did you know that classic author Ernest Hemingway shared his home in Key West, FL, with up to 50 cats? Many of these cats were six-toed, which is why polydactyl cats are sometimes called "Hemingway cats". Hemingway's family of polydactyl cats began with a six-toed cat he received from a ship captain. This cat was named Snow White, and many of her descendants still live at Hemingway's home, now called the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum. It is said that up to 50 cats still live at the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, and that roughly half of these cats are polydactyl, or "Hemingway cats".