Cats Join in on Family’s Chalk Painting


  • Tage and Tali love rolling around the back patio.
  • So when their family decided to beautify the patio with colorful chalk masterpieces, they decided to give the creations their own twist.
  • It wasn’t long before they spread around the colors on the ground and onto themselves — their fur quickly became rainbow-colored!

Cats usually have their favorite spots around the house.

For Tage and Tali, it’s the back patio. It has become their habit to roll around in the patio while their family members are chilling outside.

So when they’re left inside while their family spend time outside, they make sure to announce their displeasure.

Photo Credit: RODGER SHERMAN

One day, their family started a fun activity at their back patio. Since they were creating chalk drawings, they decided to keep Tage and Tali inside.

The two desperately wanted to join in on the fun! So when they were finally let out after the chalk masterpieces were finished, they just had to give the creations their own twist.

Photo Credit: RODGER SHERMAN

They immediately rolled all over the chalk drawings! It wasn’t long before they were covered in rainbow colors.

“They were crying at the screen while we chalked the patio, so when we were done we let them out. They were covered almost immediately,” Rodger Sherman told The Dodo.

Photo Credit: RODGER SHERMAN

The family’s creations have become smudged as the cats spread around the colors on the ground and onto themselves! But the cats’ happiness simply rubbed off and they couldn’t help but laugh at their new rainbow-colored fur!

It was only after they had their fill of rolling around that they realized what happened.

Photo Credit: RODGER SHERMAN

“Tage was entirely unfazed,” Rodger shared. “But Tali was confused a bit and realized her mistake pretty quick.”

Photo Credit: RODGER SHERMAN

Tali looked annoyed that her fur now featured all colors of the rainbow!

Luckily, the chalk easily came off. But it’s only a matter of time before they go rolling around in the patio again and color themselves anew.

 

Source: The Dodo


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