Finishing up last night's #augustsketches over some jasmine green tea. 🌸 Godzilla is playing in the background. My poor son woke up coughing heavily and crying. Have some cough syrup and aaall the shows you want, buddy. #workathomemom#artlife#momlife
This is Pepe the Opposum. Pepe was in his mother's pouch when she was hit by a car. His siblings recovered, but Pepe suffered head trauma that caused him to walk in circles. He is now an integral member of the St Francis Wildlife Association (@st.franciswildlife), acting as education embassador 🌟 His hobbies include eating avocados, teaching people about wildlife, and napping. Here I have drawn him napping. Swipe left to see the REAL Pepe getting a bath, looking EXTREMELY perplexed 😂 (gotta be presentable when being an education embassador). 💜 SFWA rehabilitate and release injured wildlife (from tiny hummingbirds to foxes, deer, and bald eagles), servicing primarily in North Florida. They also hold environmental educational programs (that's where Pepe comes in!). 💜💜 Sleeping Pepe will be a pin and 20% of profits from the sale of each pin will be donated back to SFWA 🙏💜 Stay tuned for release dates!
(Image description: An illustration of a sleeping grey and white opossum, curled up and surrounded by green leaves and purple field flowers. Swipe left to see a photo of the real opossum that the illustration is based on. The photo shows two people on either side of a big blue bucket, and a perplexed possum sitting inside the bucket)
Hi new and old friends, thank you for following. Not sure if Joey has recently been featured somewhere, but we got a spike of new followers. So, thank you again for following, and for showing interest in learning more about opossums. ------
Although many people think opossums are not the sharpest knives in the drawer, there are several areas of intelligence in which they soar. For one, they have a remarkable ability to find food and to remember where it is. When tested for the ability to remember where food is, opossums scored better than rats, rabbits, cats, dogs-- but not as well as humans. They can also find their way through a maze more quickly than rats and cats.
Just remember, wild animals deserve love too. ❤️🐾🌈🦋 #mybabyjoey#mysweetangel#opossumsofinstagram#opossums#opossum#petsofinstagram#pets