You're not only getting a glimpse of how Evan is my shadow, but also how my house most often looks like a tornado of cats tore through it. There are toys, tunnels, scratchers that have been absolutely massacred, rogue food bowls, and all that jazz. My favorite feature you can see here, though, is of course my boy Evan.
How many of you kitty friends of ours constantly snoopervise your humans? All of you? That's probably best, because humans need all the snoopervision they can get.
Happy Monday, friends!
Festive Doodle of the Day
The Twelve Days of Christmas may have ended yesterday, but today is what is known as the Epiphany, or also known as Three Kings' Day. This signifies the day when the three kings, also known as the three wise men or the Magi, visited baby Jesus after following the Star of Bethlehem to the location of his birth. The three kings brought baby Jesus gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. In some religions and cultures, gifts are also exchanged on this day, as a representation of the fact that the three kings gave baby Jesus gifts. I do give my family little gifts on this day, and of course that includes the kitties and pup.
All of the rambling above was simply intended to indicate that the Christmas season still isn't quite over for us here. So, here's a final festive doodle.
Happy Three Kings' Day!
Tip of the Day
In some cases, outdoor cats just need a little extra help realizing that a shelter is safe and for them. If you have not already done so, put food and treats inside the shelter to tempt feral and other outdoor cats into the shelter. You can perhaps similarly tempt a feral into a shelter with bedding and a heat source, if you have found a workable, safe way to provide that in the shelter. If further tempting is needed in order to get cats into outdoor shelters, you can even try sprinkling some catnip, or silver vine or valerian root, inside in order to entice them.