With the record-breaking temperatures we've been having, you may have found yourself asking how to keep your cat cool this summer. After all, your cat is wearing a permanent fur coat, so staying cool must be a problem, right? Keep reading for a few ways to keep your cat cool this summer.
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Keep Your Cat Cool This Summer
The most important thing to do to keep your cat cool is to keep them hydrated. Whether they are lounging around inside or outside in the backyard, hydration is vital in warm weather to help prevent dehydration and heatstroke. Here are a few products you can use to keep your cat cool and hydrated.
Chill Out Ice Bandana
The All for Paws Chill Out Ice Bandana is a good way to protect your pet from heat stroke. Just soak the bandana in water and the special material inside will do its work. Don’t hesitate to indulge your furry friends with this cool ice bandana. Buy it now.
Pet Microfiber Cooling Towel
Cats don’t have their own sweat glands like humans, so helping them cool off with this intense chilling towel is great for their health. Show your pet a little extra TLC just by applying water on the towel and wrapping them in the cool fabric. Buy it now.
Frosty Chilled Pet Bowl
The Frosty Pet bowl helps to ensure that your cat or dog has access to cool, fresh water throughout the day. It’ simple and easy, all you need to do to make sure your pet has cool water for up to 8 hours is detach the freezer core, place it in the freezer to chill, remove from the freezer, fill with water, and place it back in the bowl! Buy it now.
A Small Box Fan
Cats are independent and often simply want to do what they want to do. If your pet is resistant to things like cooling collars and towels, try a small box fan. The Holmes Personal Box Fan has a compact footprint that is ideal for personal space cooling during the hot and humid summer months. Buy it now.
On hot days, drop a few ice cubes in your cat's water dish. Our cats love batting them around and it will help keep the water cool as well.
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