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Cats in Hot Cars

You should never leave your cat in a hot car no matter what the circumstances may be. If you are going to find yourself in a possible situation where you can’t take your cat out of the car then you should leave your cat at home. Even with the windows down on a slightly warm day, the car can reach critical temperatures within a matter of minutes. Your cat cannot open the doors or get out by herself. She will be extremely hot, dehydrated and go into possible heatstroke. If you have to take your cat with you, make sure to bring along a leash, harness, and cat carrier so that you can take your cat out of the car if necessary. For more information and suggestions on ways to avoid having your cat stay in a hot car, talk with your Woodbridge, VA veterinary clinic. Click this website Pets R Family Animal Hospital for additional details.

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