In the Northern hemisphere, it’s currently summer, which means heat waves and elevated temperatures throughout the day. Whether you7r cat stays inside or out, you need to find ways to make sure your cat stays cool and doesn’t overheat.

To tell if your cat may be too hot, look for signs of panting or sweaty feet. Also see if your cat acts lethargic or walks with an unsteady gait. This could mean your cat is overheating and needs cooling down fast.

So keep your cat safe and cool with plenty of water and cool spots to rest. After all, you want your cat around for next summer too.

To read more signs of cats overheating, click here.