Doodle of the Day
A certain tuxie kitty tour guide in my sketchbook has shown you all around the log cabin I've been scribbling up. Today, we've made it to the cabin's back yard. There are flowers, some birdhouses, and just general things you find in a back yard.
Did you know?
Yesterday we talked about a cat's mystacial whiskers. These are the whiskers on a cat's muzzle. As we mentioned yesterday, the mystacial whiskers are not the only ones a cat has. Do you know where all a cat has whiskers? You've probably seen the obvious ones. There are the mystacial whiskers on the muzzle, a set of whiskers farther back near the jaw, and of course those whiskers above their eyes. That's still not all, though. Did you know that cats also have whiskers on their chin as well as on the back of their front legs? As you all know, whiskers are a crucial way cats maneuver throughout their environment, and having them on various regions of their body makes cats all that more efficient at interacting with their environment.