Another problem you might run into in the summer is heat stroke.
Heat stroke is a condition arising from extremely high body temperature (rectal temperature of 105 to 110 degrees Fahrenheit), which leads to nervous system abnormalities (such as lethargy, weakness, collapse or coma). Abnormally high body temperature (also called hyperthermia) develops after increased muscular activity with impaired ability to give off heat due to high heat and humidity or respiratory obstruction.
It is more common in dogs but can occurs in cats as well.
First of all, no pet - dog or cat - should EVER be left in a car unattended. Temperatures in vehicles can quickly soar past 120 degrees and will kill you.
If you much be kept in a PTU for any length of time, make sure you are in a well ventilated area at all times and out of the direct sun. If your human is uncomfortable in an area or room, than you probably are too.
Also, make sure you always have access to plenty of fresh clean water.
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