How Monday’s eclipse will affect your pet

"Dogs and cats don't normally look at the sun," Dr. Evan Morse explained. "It's something they don't do under normal conditions, so I would not expect them to look at the sun during this phenomenon."

People are advised to wear protective glasses, but as far as pets are concerned, vets say they'll be pretty hard to keep on your animal.

The best advice they give is to keep your pets inside, with the blinds closed.

source: WQAD



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