I'm concerned about Snow getting sunburned. She never has before gotten sunburned, but I was wondering if this is a ligitamate worry for a completely indoor cat. She is completely white, and I've read that white cats can easily get sunburned. But does this refer only to outdoor cats? However, Snow loves to sit on the windowsill, or near windows, especially when I'm not at home. My apartment is faced in such a way that direct sunlight floods the entire places (especially the window areas). The sunlight is really bad in the morning when I leave for work. I don't want to shut the windows while I'm away at work because that is Snow's biggest form of entertainment. But is it even possible for her to get sunburned by sitting in the window? Any solutions or suggestions to prevent a future burn?? Thanks!
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4/30/08 at 7:21am