Sometimes Tonks sits beside the Christmas tree rather than in it. Sometimes.
Don't worry. Next week, the week of Christmas itself, you'll get a hefty dose of Tonks in the Christmas tree. Because 'tis the season.
Festive Flashback Doodle of the Day
And here's the last doodle from last year's Dickensian Christmas series. I remember how much I enjoyed scribbling up these doodles. I'll be sure to have at least one new recreation of these before the Christmas season is over.
After some chaos and lack of focus on finishing, scanning, and sharing this year's new Christmas doodles, we'll finally get to sharing them tomorrow. Finally.
Tip of the Day
Though we're guessing you all don't need reminded of this, don't forget to include your furbabies in the Christmas festivities. Getting them gifts such as new toys is of course one way of doing this, as well as getting some new treats for your furbaby to try while you have your Christmas dinner. For those kitties out there, a fresh baggie of catnip, silver vine, or valerian root can make for lots of festive fun. You can even get little stockings in which to put treats and toys or paraphernalia, so that your kitty or pup can rummage through their very own stocking on Christmas morning. For those furbabies who are perhaps older or simply less active, a new bed, blanket, or even a new box to call their own can help make the holiday more fun and festive. Thinking outside of the box, though, you can also give gifts to shelter or rescue furbabies in your furbaby's name. If your furbaby already has plenty of new toys and treats in their happy forever home, then in their name you can opt to spread the love to an animal still awaiting their forever home.
Every day of the year is a holiday to The Eastside Cats!
We don't even ask them to perform a function, like catch mice.
What a life!
You sure love your Christmas tree, Tonks.
You look like such a little lady sitting beside it!
A tree is wonderful from every angle, in it or next to it.
Pass the figgy pudding!
Tonks is a cutie. Nice drawing and great tips too. I think my cats would like a little less involvement in the holidays. :)
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