Evan is always on the lookout for lights.
He keeps an eye on that ceiling, in case it starts dropping lights on him.
What's a boy to do, though, when he's surrounded by lights?
We hope Monday treats everybuddy well!
***Our Tip of the Day:
We've talked on here before about how too much sun can be dangerous to our furbabies and their skin. So, what can be done about this? One thing you can do is apply sunscreen to your furbaby, especially areas such as the ears and nose. Some sunscreens formulated for humans contain ingredients that can be toxic to our furbabies, so please consider looking into getting sunscreen specifically formulated for cats and/or dogs. When in doubt, talk to your veterinarian about sunscreen. For those furbabies who get most of their sun by sitting in windows, you can also consider certain window coverings that can perhaps dilute the amount of sun that comes in. There are some blinds, sheer curtains, and other sorts of window coverings that may be used to help block out some of the sun's rays while also allowing light in. There are also window films that can be applied to tint windows. Of course, be sure to use only window coverings that your furbaby does not try to climb, get caught in, or chew on. And, of course, no matter what you're using for sun safety, still keep an eye on your furbaby's skin for any sores or other concerning features..