Sister Saturday Caturday Art Day with Santa Hat Seal

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Hello everykitty and everypeoples, thanks for coming by to see me, on Sister Saturday, I sure do appreciate it. As you might have heard, the infamous Santa Hat has been making the rounds here and, also as you might have guessed, today is my turn. Personally I think I’m rockin’ the Santa Hat. I didn’t duck or run at all.

Oh, and in case you were wondering, I’m doing okay battling the asthma, but the Dad won’t really let me discuss it, that jinx thing ya know. I will tell you I’ve got and AeroKat Chamber and some inhaler meds and the Dad and Mom are so proud of me, I take my inhaled meds like a real champ.

Okay, enough about hats and meds, it’s time for my art for the Caturday Art Blog Hop…

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Today I used Lunapic with the Nouveau Art Effect set at 30%. Have a wonderful Saturday everyone, I’ll see you soon! Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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34 thoughts on “Sister Saturday Caturday Art Day with Santa Hat Seal

  1. Cleo

    We’re glad you’re doing well too, dear Seal. Dad isn’t real good about discussing his health stuff either. Like many other things, he just pretends it doesn’t exist, and then mom blows up at him if or when it does become an issue. Such a goober. Anyway, bless your kitty heart for putting up with that hat, and your artwork is so festive!

  2. Derry and Kim

    We’re glad you’re doing well on the Flovent (presume that’s what you’re on, at any rate, since Ventolin is for emerg use only). It helped angel Nicki a great deal at the max daily dose; the only time he needed to have additional meds (Prednisolone) was during our extremely dry/cold winter months. So we will keep paws and fingers crossed that you continue to do well!

    BTW, you’re rocking the hat, and we love the art! 🙂

  3. Teddy

    You totally rock the Santa hat Seal and I’m EVER so glad you are doing OK with your asthma treatments…..The artsy photo of you with the Nouveau effect from Lunapic is SHEER PERFECTION – it’s one of my fave art effects !! Have a restful Caturday.

    Hugs, Teddy

  4. Sandra Hangey

    you are certainly rocking the Santa Hat, good job… Beau said to tell you he doesn’t have to share since he is an only child…..butt he did have to share the santa hat with his mama

  5. Zoolatry

    You wear it well, Seal … and keep up the good work with your meds, so impawtent! Oh, back to the hat thing … that little “ear loop” will help hold it on if you position it right, you
    know, specially when you decide to go zooming …

  6. Cecilia Upchurch

    Seal darling air kisses and hugs on the news that we will not discuss!!!
    OMCs what a gorgeous original and totally breathtaking artsy version. Very much like stain glass with I adore
    Hugs Cecilia

  7. Pam

    Well, I for one am proud of you for doing your meds so well. But I have to ask, how do you do inhale meds on a cat? I feel for you. I have asthma, mine is seasonal and dealing with it in the beginning was not easy. Bless your beautiful heart. We send our love, Mom, Chey, Lily and Misty

  8. Ellen Pilch

    I am glad you are doing well- knock on wood, 3 times. You look extra cute in your hat and I love your art. XO

  9. The OP Pack

    Sister Seal, you are definitely rocking that hat – it fits you perfectly. We are so happy to hear you are managing well with that asthma. And your artsy photo is very lovely.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  10. Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

    You don’t seem too happy with your hat on. We are sending your lots of prayers to beat your asthma

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