Yesterday Evan shared his black and white selfie. That selfie wasn't the only shot Evan snapped during his black and white photo shoot, though. See?
What's black and white and gray all over? An orange tabby, of course!
There's nothing like a good ol' belly roll in a monochrome sun puddle. But, Evan doesn't want anybuddy to forget just how stunning his orange furs are. So, here you go.
***Our Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:
Spring might finally be upon us! As beautiful as it is, though, don't forget that this season can also come with dangers. Keep in mind that some of the plants blooming this time of year can be poisonous to your pups and kitties, such as daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, crocus, azaleas, and lilies. It's not just the plants that can be dangerous, though. Insects such as bees and spiders can cause their own set of problems. More than just the basic pain and injury from a bee sting or spider bite, some furbabies are severely allergic to stings and bites. So, don't forget to monitor your dog or cat as they enjoy the great outdoors this spring. Try to keep your furbaby from chomping on any questionable plants, keeping an especially close eye when out on walks or in unfamiliar areas, and keep an eye on them if you notice any bees or other potentially dangerous insects hanging around. If you think your furbaby might have snacked on a dangerous plant or begins displaying signs such as vomiting, diarrhea, restlessness, or lethargy, contact your veterinarian immediately. Likewise, if you think your pup or kitty was stung or bit by an insect and is displaying any signs such as swelling or difficulty breath, veterinary care might very well be needed. They say beauty is pain, and that can even go for the season of spring.