It's all about black cats on our blog today. First of all, how about this boy's selfie?
I was trying to help Toby focus a selfie on his nose, but the camera liked his eyes better, so there's that. Oh, and Toby's technically a tuxie, but he's far more black than white, so he counts as our black cat selfie star today. Toby hopes you enjoyed seeing his handsome self today!
Doodle of the Day
Even our doodle today has a black cat in it. It's another doodle in our series starring Edgar Allan Poe and his tortie Catterina. This one is based on his short story called "The Black Cat". Let's be real, though, Poe's "The Black Cat" is all shades of devastating, so I only loosely based this doodle off of it. As in, my doodle includes Poe, Catterina, and a black cat, and that's that.
Did you know?
Did you know that black panthers are just leopards or jaguars with genes for dark fur? In Asia or Africa, a black panther is a leopard. In the Americas, a black panther is a jaguar. Either way, a black panther indeed has the spots of a leopard or jaguar. Those spots are simply masked by the black fur, though in some individual black panthers or in certain lighting you can see a black panther's spots.