Our lovely boar (not the sharpest knife in the drawer but this wasn't his doing)
My head is full of Lush Henna (at least it's not a box dye ) DD was cuddling him and we decided to cut his claws. When I bent to his paws , he threw his nose up onto my hairwrap (there's clingfilm too, he's determined eh?)
Yried to clean as much as possible but little soul has a 'Noire' nose. I've been Googling, all the answers are about eating henna,the black tattoo henna that contains hairdye and Lushs Non Animal Test Policy. (none of which applies)
Any other part of him would be in the bath but I don't think washing his nose is a safer alternative to inadvertantly dyeing him.
Does it count as 'testing on animals' if the animal volunteered? Sounds like Bert was up for animal testing and nobly sacrificed himself to make sure his human would be safe using a product. It will cost you a lot of veg
The henna has faded (my hair still looks gorgeous though ) but DD noticed that the Himmy (GP5) has developed some little tufts of chocolate brown at the front of her ears (where they meet her head)
And she's been nowhere near the henna
I frantically read up on "Why Himmys change colour" , they lose colour in older age,illness,injury. Gain darker points in cold weather. Which is the opposite to her. She's getting older but darker and it's not cold. She does look sweet though, little angry looking eyebrows ........