If that doodle looks a tad bit crooked, don't worry, you're not tipsy. The doodle is crooked. I don't believe in rulers, and that's pretty much all I can say on that.
In case you're wondering, the above doodle stars Tonks, Winky, and pup Astrid for a reason. Around here, they're the most likely furbabies to try to join you on the kitchen counter. So, I figured I'd toss their naughty behavior into a doodle.
We're of course contributing this yet another kitchen doodle to Athena's Caturday Art Blog Hop.
Happy Caturday to all!
Did you know?Did you know that acorns can be toxic to animals? Acorns contain gallic acid and tannic acid, which can cause potential stomach upset, diarrhea, or even potentially kidney disease if ingested. There is also the risk of gastrointestinal obstruction if an animal ingests acorns. Acorns can be a risk to cats and dogs, but also horses, cattle, and other animals. For this reason, always be aware of acorns when outdoors with your animals, and of course also refrain from putting acorn-adorned decor within your furbaby's reach. Acorns are more commonly an issue in the autumn and winter, but of course be on the lookout for them and other hazards all year round.