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Meet The Coolest Cat Of The Summer; Tissy, The Maine Coon Who Loves To Swim!

This Maine coon is definitely having a Hot girl Cat Summer! 

Tissy, a 5-year-old Maine Coon from Pennsylvania is fighting the stereotype that all felines hate water. Not only does Tissy love water, she goes swimming in the family pool at least once a week (supervised, of course). 

Tissy was adopted five years ago by the Herr family after she was rescued as a kitten from a busy parking lot. The Herrs didn't know at the time that tiny, flea-covered kitten would grow up to be so large and fluffy! 

Tissy's owner, Sonny told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, "People say it's crazy, but she's just a laid-back cat that loves to swim."

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Police Rescue 30 Cats From Parked Minivan Sitting In The Hot Sun

And while we're so happy that all cats found inside were unharmed, this is simply not OK. 

Thank goodness someone called Fargo police about the cats left inside a minivan, in over 80 degrees Fahrenheit (26.6 Celsius)! 

Sgt Mike Bernier of the Fargo police, told SkyNNC, that the poor cats inside the van were panting and in distress in the 80-degree heat. He also mentioned that the window of van was slightly cracking, and the van smelled heavily of cat urine. 




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19 Cats Cooling Off With Some Delicious Ice Cream

What better way to cool off than by enjoying some delicious ice cream? The answer? There isn't a better way. Just look at these adorable cats and their little sandpaper tongues -- oh so happy with their ice cream! 

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The New Tesla's "Dog Mode" Feature Will Allow Drivers To Safely Lock Their Pets In The Car

Leaving your pet in the car for a few minutes may seem harmless to some, but the temperatures inside a car parked in the heat — even those parked in the shade — rise quickly the second the vehicle turns off. Pets left behind in hot cars, have to endure temperatures well over 100 degrees that can lead to illness and death. In order to prevent that, Tesla officially introduced a new feature on Thursday called "Dog Mode" that aims to keep owners' pets comfortable while left unattended in the vehicle while allowing drivers to set a comfortable temperature for their pets before leaving the vehicle. 





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Adorable Red Panda Munching On Frozen Treats Will Melt Your Heart

Ireland was recently struck with heatwaves and it doesn't seem to be cooling down anytime soon. So in an attempt to keep that animals at Dublin Zoo nice and cool, the Zoo decided to treat the animals to some icy cold... treats! Yasmina the red panda is one example, with a fruit-filled block of ice., and the photos will melt your heart! 

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