Doodle of the Day:
Here's another random doodle I scribbled up for a challenge I'm doing with a small group of writers I know. I don't even know how to explain this one, so I'll just drop it here and hope you guys don't mind looking at it.
Did you know?
Did you know that dogs and cats are not truly, completely color blind? It is believed that dogs see color mostly in the yellow region of the color spectrum, and some believe that cats might see color in that same way. Some research suggests that dogs and cats see in a way similar to people who are red-green color blind, which means they have difficulty distinguishing between red and green. Dogs and cats certainly don't see color to the extent that humans do, but it is likely not true that they cannot distinguish any colors at all. Their world isn't completely devoid of color.