Rogue has officially been a member of our home for about 6 weeks! She quickly took command of our canine family members but remains quite afraid of the rabbit. It’s been amusing watching her integrate into our normal routine…although she’s in for a bit of a shock when Steve starts the school year in a few weeks and I go back to teaching 5 days a week.
She’s an absolute joy to have in our house with the exception of her digestive issues…we’re beginning to think that the kitten food (Wellness) we bought for her might actually be TOO healthy/rich for her. So based on a recommendation from our vet we’ve started the changeover to a new food (Royal Canin) and we’re hoping that might balance things out a bit. Unfortunately her digestive issues have resulted in several sink baths and showers and I am fairly sure that she’s got a healthy fear of water now.
Anyway, the point of that was to explain what I meant by a post entitled ‘bathroom art.’ I’ve been trying to come up with some kind of artwork to hang in our huge master bathroom and the upstairs main bathroom. Browsing through Pinterest I wasn’t impressed with subway art or inspirational posters (who wants an inspirational/motivational poster in the bathroom?!) or textural art…. Then I found an example where someone had put up photos of their kids at bathtime. For example one photo was of a hand holding bubbles, another was a rubber ducky floating on the surface of the bathwater with a very blurred shadow of a child in the background. Cute and very tasteful…However, I don’t have kids and it would be super awkward to put up photos of me or Steve (HA). But, we do happen to have four very photogenic pets who occasionally have to get bathed or showered. I like that they’re SO photogenic normally that when they’re soaking wet they all pretty much look like rats.
So I’m still in the process of trying to take a few more photos during pet bathtime but I did manage to get a few cute ones of Rogue in the shower a few nights ago that I thought I’d share. Once I narrow it down I’ll have them printed in black and white so they don’t clash with the bathroom colors and will hopefully post a finished tour of the bathrooms soon (still have to clean and seal grout…ugh).