Keep your cat cool in the heatwave
27 July 2016
The weather has been hotting up this week and while hot days can be intense for humans, feline friends might need a hand to help them cool down.
There are many indicators that a cat might be unhappy in the heat, with heavy panting, drooling and sweaty paws among the more common signs. You might find that like humans, cats lose their appetite in the heat and eat less. It is important to remember, however, to ensure they have access to plenty of fresh water and to keep them cool.
Our handy infographic featured on our blog gives advice on what to do to keep your cat cool this summer. It emphasises the importance of shady places for your feline friends, as well as making sure air circulates around the house. While these handy tips should help keep your pet cool, it is important to consult your vet if you are concerned about the health of your cat.
To view the infographic and learn more about keeping your cat cool, head to the blog