5 ways to keep yourself feline cool this summer

So the last few weeks the weather has been unpawlievably hot. Even though all my fluffiness makes me look like a pawretty purrincess, I sometimes consider giving up my dignity and shaving my furr off during the summer.

I’ve tried and tested a few diffurrent ways that have kept me cool in this weather, so I wanted to share my wisdom with you:

1. Go furr a drive in the cool breeze. This is the purrfect way to get out and enjoy the sun but stay cool at the same time. It’s a win-win situation.

2. Go for a swim. I know us cats aren’t too keen on water, but going for a dip in this weather feels meownificent.

3. Take a trip to the beach. I know dipping your paw into water can seem a bit daunting, but trust me – you’ll thank me furr this little tip. Or if you can’t concur your fear, then just lion the beach and listen to some meowsic.

4. Use this sunny weather as an excuse to explaw the natural beauty right outside your pawstep. I took a stroll through a forest and came across some pretty bluebells.

5. Take a nap in front of a fan. The breeze will send you into a deep relaxing sleep like never before. I’m not kitten you and if you don’t believe me, try it furr yourself.

I hope you’ve found my tips useful. Make sure you can turn this summer into a pawsitive one where you can make plenty of exciting meowmories.

And remember to check out some of my other posts!

Mo x 

One thought on “5 ways to keep yourself feline cool this summer

  1. Absolutely wonderful advice even for humans. U r an amazing wise cat.

    I find ur writing amazing humorous and uplifting. Thank you


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