The 4th of July is right around the corner, and for many that means afternoon barbecues and big, booming fireworks shows. While people look forward to the delicious food and dazzling lights, the sights, smells, and sounds of celebration can be downright scary (and dangerous) for cats. Follow these five tips to keep cats safe over the holiday weekend.
By following these simple steps and keeping your cat’s comfort and safety in mind, you’ll be sure to have a stress-free and fun holiday weekend. Happy Independence Day from all of us at Alley Cat Rescue!
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Cats do not like being too hot or too cold, so it is important that you keep their environment at an appropriate temperature. If they get too hot, they will become uncomfortable and may start to pant. If they get too cold, they may become sick because their body temperature is not able to regulate itself properly in these conditions.
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Make sure your cat has a collar with ID tags. Cats often wander from home during holidays or celebrations — especially if they’re left behind by their owners. It’s important to have identification so you can ensure your cat gets back where it belongs at all times. Although, Keep cats indoors or in a secure area when fireworks are launched across town or on TV (or anywhere else for that matter). If you do allow your cat outdoors for some fresh air, make sure there’s plenty of room for it to escape any crowds or loud noises that might frighten it.
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