Signs of heat stroke or exhaustion in cats

Many areas of the country are being hit by sudden, extreme temperatures. Pets that are used to being outside are suffering as a result, and those of us living in the desert have to be particularly vigilent. Heat stroke and heat exhaustion in pets can be life-threatening if not treated quickly. Pets most at risk are:

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