Your cat enjoys being able to spend time outside, and you want to make sure she gets the opportunity to do this. However, it can be difficult for her to understand what to do when extreme temperatures hit. This is where you come in to make sure she is well cared for and able to stay cool.
Your pet will need a shady spot outside to stay out of the sun, and she should be offered fresh, cool water wherever she is spending her time. This may mean having some outside as well as inside. She likely will want to come in sooner to cool off, so make sure you are available to help her get where she needs to go. Encourage spending time in places that offer relief from the heat, and show her where these areas are as she may not know about them. For more information, please contact your local vet.
This article was originally posted on Caring for your cat during the summer heat — Vet Tips