Despite what some folks believe, black cats are more than photographable. That doesn't mean I won't admit that I often struggle photographing black cats, but that's because my knowledge of photography and camera settings in general leaves a lot to be desired. When Winky recently sat at a perfect angle in the sunny window, though, I snapped today's shots. I was admittedly happy that it turned out the way it did. I love when I get a decent shot of our resident house panthers, because it helps prove that a camera can of course capture their beauty, even when the camera is wielded by a complete novice.
Happy Tuesday, friends!
Doodle of the Day: Flashback Tuesday
It would appear that we had a snowstorm right around this same time last year. Mother Nature, you really need to get your act together. Is it autumn? Is it winter? Make up your mind. Please.
Tip of the Day
Our series of tips relating to Thanksgiving food safety of course must include a little discussion on turkey. Is it safe to feed your kitty or pup some Thanksgiving turkey? Turkey bits fed in moderation can be a safe and delicious treat, but only as long as excess fat and bones are removed. Fat can lead to pancreatitis, among other potential issues. Bones are a choking hazard, and of course can also lead to perforation or obstruction of the gastrointestinal tract. Also keep in mind whether any additional ingredients, seasonings, or other additives were used when cooking the turkey. For example, onion, garlic, or excess salt on the turkey could potentially lead to gastrointestinal upset or other dangers. So, you don't have to skip giving your furbaby a taste of that Thanksgiving turkey, but do be sure you offer treats only in moderation, and that you take precautions for the health and safety of your furbaby.