Kitten Irwin

Drawing of a tuxedo kitten

Hi, I’m Irwin.  I was found all alone in a Seal Beach Park by a lady walking her dog.   I was about seven weeks old and very thankful to be saved from the street, but VERY scared.  I was brought to SBACC and then I went to a foster home for a short time.   At first I would hiss at my foster mom and the other kittens.  She would pick me up anyway and give me lots of kisses and pets and I would just melt in her arms. I wasn’t treated very well by people when I was on the street so it was hard for me to trust but I’m getting better each day.  I no longer hiss and hide and I’m getting used to meeting new people.  I am playful and enjoy playing with the other kittens and all our toys.  I need a home with a patient Mom or Dad who will give me plenty of time to adjust to a new home.   I’m shy but not at all aggressive and once I know you, I will melt in your arms when you pick me up.  I know I will be a loving and sweet boy in the right home.  My purrfect home would be one with another outgoing cat or kitten and a Mom or Dad who will give me plenty of time to adjust to my new digs.

Go to the Seal Beach Animal Care Center’s website to learn more and adopt Irwin!

Time lapse of the drawing done in Procreate on an iPad using an Apple Pencil

Syl

I love to draw. Most of us do when we’re children, but somewhere along the line we worry that if we’re not good enough we shouldn’t even try. I find that when I haven’t drawn in a while, I get rusty and am unhappy with the results. The quote by Walt Stanchfield gave me permission to be bad and freed me from my own ego. This site is a way to encourage everyone to draw. Put aside the fear of being good enough; embrace being bad. Just keep drawing.

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