A turtle, of course. Do we have any turtle friends out there?
Now, for the mancat part of this Monday, Evan just wanted to remind you guys of his nose freckles.
Just because, well, they're ridiculously adorable.
Don't you just want to kiss them? This here momma of Evan's sure does!
Our Tip of the Day:Don't forget to always monitor the status of freckles or other pigmentation on your furbaby, just as you would for yourself. It is not uncommon for kitties and even pups to have freckles, such as on the nose, lips, and eyelids, and especially in furbabies of lighter colors, such as white and orange. It is also not uncommon for furbabies to acquire more freckles over time, as they age. That being said, never hesitate to contact a veterinarian if you notice any abnormal or concerning changes to freckles or other pigmentation on your furbaby. If a freckle makes an alarming change in color, for example, or if it suddenly becomes raised or bleeds, then a veterinarian should be consulted. Animals can get skin cancer and other similar dermatological maladies just like we can, so it is always wise to keep an eye out for any related changes to their skin. As always, better safe than sorry!