Today we received an early Christmas present-a cat!
My mum and dad agreed to pool together to adopt a cat for myself and my Fiancé in the local cat sanctuary.
Mouse (now renamed Jessie by ourselves) was a mum of four who was found abandoned under some rubbish back in September. She’s since been cared for until she was healthy enough to be re-homed.
Jessie (estimated at 2 years old) jumped on our laps and wouldn’t leave us alone when we went into the pen, so we knew this was the one for us!
Definitely consider homing a Sanctuary/Cattery cat. It feels good knowing we’ve made this little girls life much better. :)
She’s definitely a cutie!
As you’ll probably be aware by now, I was at the MCM Comic Con on the 26th and 27th October. Today was a day of relaxation and recovery from what turned out to be a successful, but incredibly tiring con!
Thank you to everyone who took the time to visit my table, pick up a print, comic or art book, paid for a sketch or just stopped by for a chat. I appreciate each and every one of you for your kind complements and friendliness!
This con I took along some brand new prints, brand new business cards and my first ever roller banners-two of them!
I was also joined by my sister Bex who was selling plenty of her own artwork on the second half of the table. I’m pleased to say that she did really well, especially considering this was her first con!
I forgot to take photos for the most part, but here were the few photos myself and my Fiancée took from the weekend. As always, a special mention goes out to the Con Crew, comprising of Jess Bradley-Bove, John Paul Bove, James Stayte, Mark Pearce, Marisa and Deakin Brook, and all the artists I regularly come round to talk to at near enough every con I exhibit at (you know who you are! :) ).