Here are two orange mice looking for a place to stay over the winter. For some reason, they don't approve of Dsytona and I don't think it has anything to do with Daytona's fascination with the ironing board.
I am showing these mice as my contribution to the Rainbow Scrappy Challenge because I pulled out orange fabric to make bunnies for this week and then realized that I had made orange bunnies two weeks ago. So here are mice instead. They were made as part of a three part tutorial I presented back in June.
The orange mice shown above are a simplified version of the mice I made for last year's Rainbow Scrappy Challenge. The revised mice do not have curves or fused eyes and nose.
Meanwhile here's Daytona showing off his secret tabby stripes. On first impression, he appears to be a black cat, but when the sunlight hits him, it turns out that he has tabby markings like his brother. Daytona is supposed to be writing his essay for his Forever Home Application so his adopters will know what a terrible existence he is being rescued from: he only gets to eat whenever he wants, an evil woman is constantly putting goop into his eye, and sometimes there are whole minutes that go by when he doesn't get the attention he deserves.