Do you know what makes that sunshine extra fun and fantastic? The fact that it makes lights and reflections on the wall. Duh! Evan loves chasing lights, which is exactly what he was doing in this here photo.
Who else chases lights? Evan knows he can't be the only one. After all, it's such a fun way to pass the time.
Doodle of the Day:
You might notice a confusing mixture of doodles over the next weeks, or more like months. (Honestly, though, is this any different than usual?) This is because I'm working on a good deal of concept art for some writing projects I've mentioned here on our blog before. Eventually, I'll shed more light on all of this, but for now, I hope you all enjoy at least some of the weird and wacky concept art I'm scribbling up. We'll start with this one here.
Tip of the Day:
Lungworms, obviously, affect the lungs. Signs of lungworm infection can include coughing and difficulty breathing. In some cases, respiratory failure can occur. Needless to say, if you notice any respiratory distress in your kitty or pup, always have them seen by a veterinarian as quickly as possible. Diagnosis and treatment of any respiratory disorder, including lungworms, should not be delayed.
To help prevent any potential lungworm infection in your furbabies, be aware of their surroundings. Do you have slugs and snails in your yard, or in any areas where your furbaby visits? If so, keep an eye on them and try to prevent their ingestion of such critters. Also, do not leave toys or bowls outside where snails or slugs might be able to inhabit them, as this could result in even accidental ingestion of these critters that can carry lungworms. And, of course, if you have any concerns regarding the risk, prevention, or treatment of lungworms, discuss this with your veterinarian.