This little model just loves to bask in those rays.
See how glamorous?
Oh, she almost forgot to show you her other side.
Isn't this just the cutest little profile you've ever seen? (I'm sorry, I can't even begin to hide my biased opinion. This here momma thinks little Thimble is simply too cute to handle.)
There. Thimble wanted to make sure you all got one more good and up close look at her and her sun puddle. She hopes this will brighten your day.
And of course we didn't forget Brian's Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.
Today, Thimble and all of us here are thankful for Spring and the lovely sun. And of course, as always, we're also so very thankful for family and friends, like all of you!
Our Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:
We all know how our kitties, and even some of those pups, love basking in sunny windows. That being said, do keep an eye on them and their sunbathing habits, as not only is skin damage possible from sun exposure, but it's also possible for them to become overheated even indoors. Always try to monitor how long your kitty or pup has been in the sun, and if they or their fur is hot to the touch, or if the skin of their ears or nose is becoming increasingly pink from the sun and heat. Some cats and dogs will vomit if they become overheated, among other potential consequences, so always be sure to keep an eye on this, and to try to prevent this before it happens. One solution might be to have lightweight or lacy curtains that you can draw on sunny days, so that your furbaby can still enjoy the sun and its warmth without having such direct contact with it. There are also UV protection films that can be applied to windows, and which might be of some benefit to help keep your furbaby, you, and even your furniture and other belongings safe from the sun's rays when inside. Of course, there are also simple tips such as placing a fan or water bowl near your sunbathing baby, to help keep them cool. Even if you have a cooling method, though, please always still be cognizant of your furbaby's sunbathing habits, as there really can be too much of a good thing.