It's Mancat Monday, so of course here's a dose of Evan for you.
Don't mind the gunk in his ear. Evan's not always the most cooperative when I try to clean out the residue from his transdermal antianxiety medication that gets wiped on his ear. Sometimes I'm successful at cleaning it off. Other times, like the most recent time, I'm simply not.
Happy Monday, friends!
Flashback Doodle of the Day
Tip of the Day
We are continuing our tips relating to ferals and other outdoor cats in the cold winter months. Today's tip is a more general one, and it relates to the fact that animals seek out warm places to sleep when it is cold outside. For example, cats and kittens, and other small animals, might climb up under the hood of a car that has recently been driven, since the engine will be warm. For this reason, especially when it is cold outside, honk, clap, or tap on your car's hood before starting it. This will give a warning to any animals who might have sought shelter there, and will give them time to find safety elsewhere. It is of course perfectly possible that no animals will be sleeping under the hood of your car, but in case a cat or other animal is, making noise before you start your car will help ensure that they get out of harm's way.