Every morning (and every afternoon, and every evening), Evan wants to snooze in the sun on the cube he's chilling on in the photo above. What's more, he never fails to demand that I move that cube to the back door. First, though, he always instructs me to open the back door so that he can sit on his cube directly next to the screen door. Do you think I heed Evan's demands? Absolutely I do.
Happy Sunday, friends!
Doodle of the Day:
I recently started brainstorming ways that I could sort of start creating autumn and Halloween doodles, while also still incorporating summer vibes. After all, drawing Halloween doodles in August is probably frowned upon, so I needed to come up with some sort of compromise. Here is one of the doodles that compromise resulted in:
That doodled up kitty is meant to be my angel Rosie, and she gets me. I'm just sitting over here on a 90°F summer day, snacking on watermelon, wanting nothing more than to be living the Halloween life. I'm sure that makes total sense.
Did you know?
Did you know that your cat is expressing a sense of friendship when they shove their butt in your face? It's likely that every cat owner has had a cat butt positioned in front of their face at some point, and though it might seem like a rude gesture, it's actually one for which to be grateful. A cat will only put their butt in the face of someone they trust, because it's a vulnerable thing to do. Cats will also express friendship by draping their tale over a human, cat, or other animal.