I recently cam across a "funny" video of a cat panting on Instagram saying that she was raised by dogs. While that could be the case, it raised some alarm bells in my mind.
You see, as a cat owner, I know that panting isn't a good sign for cats.
So, if you're looking for an answer to, "why is my cat panting?" you'll get it in this blog post.
Panting is common in dogs, they do it to keep themselves cool when it starts to get hot outside. So, if your dog has been panting in the summers, there's nothing you should worry about.
It's natural dog behaviour.
However, if you have a panting cat, you need to keep an eye on her.
There are many reasons why your cat may be panting. Let's go over a few of those:
This type of panting is rare or relatively uncommon in cats. In most cases, cats panting means something else.
In this section of the article, I will go over a few reasons why your cat may be panting. Here are some red flags you need to look out for.
If your cat pants rarely, then you don't need to be worried about panting. However, here's when you should visit the vet:
Call the vet if you see any of these signs!
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Panting in cats isn't normal like it is in dogs. Cats rarely pant, so if your kitty pants once in a while, the chances are that everything is okay. However, if she has panting like never before, you need to start worrying.
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