What are the signs of heatstroke in cats?

Cats who are experiencing heatstroke may pant, breathe through their mouths, show signs 

 of fatigue, lie on their side, and even vocalize. These symptoms need quick veterinarian treatment

since they are severe. The typical rectal body temperature of a cat is 101–102 degrees. You may

check your cat's temperature using a thermometer to see if it is higher than 102.5

degrees if it doesn't stress it out. Additionally, you may check your cat's ears and paws

to determine if they are warm and keep an eye out for any symptoms of heatstroke.

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