There's nothing like basking in the sun. Or, well, bathing in the sun.
Ah, much better. Now, all squeaky clean, Evan can go back to soaking up those rays.
Wishing all of our furiends a bright and sunny Monday!
Our Tip of the Day:Just like humans, it is possible for cats and dogs to suffer from sunburn, as well as skin cancer. This is most likely to occur in furbabies with light fur or skin colors, and is most common in areas of low fur, such as the nose and ears. Especially if your furbaby spends a lot of time outdoors or sunbathing, be watchful for any signs of sunburn or any strange lumps or bumps. If you'd like to take precautions for your furbabies, there are pet-friendly sunscreens available on the market. More importantly, though, if you have any concerns about your cat or dog's skin or if you find any worrisome spots or tumors on them, be sure to consult a veterinarian.