Hello Everyone! I just heard back from my breeder that her queen should be giving birth any day now I am super hopeful that there is a kitten for us in this litter, which means we would be bringing kitten home around mid-late July (consequently around my husband's and I's anniversary celebrations). My breeder leash trains all of her cats, and I'm looking forward to taking her out for walks in the summer and giving her plenty of time outside, because right now we live in a studio suite and space is limited. Plus, my grandparents only live a few blocks away and have an outdoor pool! I know we'll be spending a lot of summer time there and I don't want her stuck home alone all that time. So I'm planning ahead! I was dissapointed to find there is no safe sunscreen for pets yet, but am determined to make this work for my cat's best health, and I've seen many of you here give outdoor time to your cats. I know inside I can put UV protection on the window glass, but what can I do outside to help? Here's what I have so far brainstormed, but I'm hoping others can chime in and lend an ear. 1) Purchasing a pet tent for shade: I feel this is the best idea for her when we're at the pool. I can buy a fairly large one and store it at my grandparents and set it up outside for her, close enough to the action but far enough away from the pool to avoid the chlorine water, etc. I can fill it with things for her, and she can have some free range inside, get the warmth and fresh air and still see, but he shaded and protected from bugs and escape. 2) Getting her to wear a thin shirt outside to block the sun. Since I can't cover her in sunscreen, I can still put a protective layer on her! And since she won't be unsupervised in it, I can still feel safe. Plus, it has the added benefit of keeping her a little extra warm if there's a strong breeze. 3) limiting the time outside: not taking her out every day and not taking her every time, but perhaps alternating days.