04/16/2006: "phthalocyanine blue + kitty = bloody nightmare"
Both of my cats got into paint today. First lemoni who rubbed up against a large brush fully loaded with sap green (not a big deal, was able to wash out with dish soap fairly easily)...
Later, Osiris jumped up onto my pallet as I started painting the following
He landed both paws in the phathalo blue, he's done this before but not in a long while. I had to take him in the bathroom with the dish soap, it is so pigment loaded that the tiniest tiniest bit goes a looooong looooong way. So, he got it on his face (both cheeks and chin) on his kneck, all the way down the underside of his belly, oh my. It took me over an hour to get him all cleaned up, 2o minutes to get myself cleaned up, and another half hour to clean out the bathroom where I locked him in while we did the cleaning the cat dance of torture. phthalo blue freaking everywhere.
It's particularly difficult to get out of the deep gashes in my feet, thighs and back!