Sometimes she even gets a little help showing it off.
Thanks, Toby. You're a great
The other three feline furbabies would have helped Astrid show off her bow as well, but they were too busy enjoying the Spring scenery elsewhere...
Our Tip of the Day:
Remember that, like us, cats and dogs can suffer from seasonal allergies. Open windows and walks outside can spur symptoms for them just as they can for us. Keep an eye out for signs such as frequent scratching or licking, bald or hot spots, rubbing at the eyes, redness of the eyes, redness or rashes on the skin, and sneezing or even coughing. If your furbaby shows any such signs, or any other signs indicative of potential allergies, consult your veterinarian. There are medications, such as antihistamines, that cats and dogs can take to help alleviate their allergy symptoms. But, it's of course best to consult a veterinarian regarding what medications are best suited for your furbaby and their allergies.