These selfies are nothing grand on my part, as they were snapped on my phone, through a window glaring with sunlight. I don't think that matters, though, because Foggy looks downright adorable no matter what.
I especially love when Foggy rubs his face in the interior of the window while I'm standing on the other side. I finally got a shot of him doing just that, and so we have this:
You know what makes Foggy's selfies today even more special? Today is his third Gotcha Day! As I mentioned in our last post starring Foggy, I found a crying 5-month-old Foggy outside my parents' house on October 13, 2016. My dad fell in love with him, as did my mom, and when no one responded to notices that he was found, Foggy officially joined my parents' clowder. He is a total daddy's boy, and a total sweetheart.
Foggy hopes you enjoyed his selfies! Happy Sunday, friends!
Halloween Doodle of the Day
We're continuing our series of doodles starring a witch and her cats. Today, they're putting up their Halloween decor. The witch is of course getting plenty of help from some furry someones.
This is another one of my doodles that gives away the fact that I don't use rulers. The room is tilting, but I'll just pretend the witch and her cats don't care.
Halloween Tip of the Day
We've made it to day 13 of our 31 Halloween tips. Today's tip is likely the last in our discussion on pumpkins, and it's also more than likely an obvious one. Nevertheless, we're here to remind you to take precautions and to keep your furbaby safe if you get festive by carving a jack-o'-lantern. Carving a pumpkin means pulling out knives or other sharp objects, which can of course be a danger to your kitty or pup. Do not leave any knives sitting where your furbaby might walk or jump, and certainly don't leave knives unattended. If need be, activities such as pumpkin carving can be, and perhaps should be, done in an area where your furbaby does not have access. This would allow for the prevention of any accidents. Also think about after you've carved the pumpkin, and do not leave the knives sitting dangerously in the sink or elsewhere. We've also already discussed safety around candles in jack-o'-lanterns, as flames are of course another danger. All in all, if you are carving pumpkins or partaking in other similar Halloween festivities, always be aware of your furbaby's proximity and safety.