- As temperatures rise, some cats are more exposed to diseases and stressful lifestyle changes.
- As temperatures increase, parasites such as ticks and fleas become more active.
- These parasites can transmit diseases such as anaplasmosis and bartonellosis.
- Extreme weather events can make your cat stressed and anxious.
- As temperatures rise, these behavioural problems can be compounded by heat stress and anxiety.
- These problems can impact all the family. Cats can pass illnesses on to us and share their stress or anxiety.
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