Cats seem to be more resilient when it comes to heat than dogs – Dr. Kathryn Primm, owner of Applebrook Animal Hospital and the “Animal Stuff You Wonder About” blog, has even seen cats survive the dryer! However, a cat can still suffer from heat exhaustion and even stroke if left outside in severe heat with no water or shade, left in a car, or in a house that is too warm. It’s good to know the signs of heat exhaustion as the weather gets warm. In addition, cats with those adorable smooshed faces (Persians, Himayalan, Exotics, etc.) or cats that are overweight are more prone to overheating. Here are 5 signs of overheating to look for in your cat. If you see any of these signs, take your cat to the vet immediately.
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