Cat and heat:
Hot days can be a bit more difficult for our best Pet friends “Cats” than humans as Cats are a bit more sensitive to heat than us, so they need extra care from us in extreme heat.
They don’t sweat as we do instead their paws and their fingers become sweaty.
Here are some signs that your Cat is feeling Hot
Cats can try to maintain their body temperature in several ways.
Cats don’t sweat as we do instead, their paws pads and between their fingers become sweaty, and this helps them to cool down their body temperature.
Cats need fur for insulation, but in extreme weather, they don’t need it anymore, so they shed a lot of their fur in summer so they can be safe from too much hot.
Cats keep themselves cool by licking themselves, and it’s a way to clean themselves and also keep themselves cool. But when the weather reaches its extreme conditions, you should take steps to help your friendly pets fight this harsh Condition.
Here are some steps we can take to help Cats cool down
Don’t apply the sun cream we use for ourselves on Cats as it can contain chemicals that are harmless to our skin but can cause harm to Cats as they groom a lot. Also, try to keep them out of the sun at a hot time of the day. For a better understanding of which sun cream you should use, contact your vet and seek advice from them.
Cats like to roam around and play without Caring about the weather. So what you can do are you can place small shady spots around the places where cats like to play so they can test there in hot You can place small umbrellas around the backyard so they can rest there.
If your Cat likes to be outside the home more of the time, try to keep it inside the home in the hot weather and provide it with cool places where your Cat can take a rest and can cool itself down.
Make sure that fresh water is always available so your Cats can keep themselves hydrated all the It’s the best way to keep themselves safe from the hot weather. You can try putting fresh water bowls in both places, inside the home, and in the garden.
Keep your home cool so your cats can maintain body temperature whenever they feel hot. This will give them a place to return when they feel too much heat.
You can wrap an ice pack or an ice bottle and wrap it inside a towel and put it in their beds or where they like to sleep.
If your cat is too hot, immediately contact your vet and do what they ask you to do. Heat strokes can kill Cats as they are more heat sensitive. Your first priority should be to get your pet’s body temperature normal to do so;