Evan is very happy to share his selfie today. Why? Because it shows off the giant sunray he found!
Evan hopes you all have a sunny day!
Tomorrow I'll get back to playing catch-up on my way-behind status in the April A to Z Challenge. Today, though, I have a flashback doodle starring a kitty character from the stories I'm writing and for which I'm creating concept art for the A to Z Challenge. This kitty's letter is coming up very soon, so there will be a new doodle of her in a couple of days.
Does that kitty look familiar? I'm drawn her many, many, many times, even way before I started scribbling up these stories.
Tip of the Day
We're here with another spring pet safety tip today. This one is another repeat tip, but it's also one that we think it's worth saying again. And that is, to please keep up with those preventatives! Yes, we've mentioned this tip multiple times recently, but's important. As the weather warms and the grass grows green, pests such as fleas, mosquitoes, and ticks will be out and about in full force. We very recently gave a series of tips on buggers such as these, what parasites they can harbor, and what diseases they can pass on to our furbabies. Tapeworms, heartworms, and Lyme disease, for example, can result if your furbaby falls victim to such pests. This can of course affect their health and happiness, and nobody wants that.
So, in short, please do keep up with preventatives for your kitties and pups. Discuss the best options with your veterinarian. And, of course, only give your furbaby a preventative that is formulated for their species, as well as their age and weight. Proper prevention indeed plays a part in keeping our furbabies as healthy as possible.