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    • They pant when they are overheating. You might need to put more coolant in the radiator
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    • all kittens do this after a play session
      cumballer 18 sep
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    • This kitten isn’t panting because of some misplaced sense of animal instinct. This kitten is so tired that it has resorted to panting to compensate for the oxygen it needs. If you see a cat doing this anywhere, get it some water. Pronto.
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    • Mf getting that oxygen fr
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    • It's a sign of stress
      Xarxes 18 sep
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    • I don't remember why but I know it is bad if a cat does this
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    • Mans is runnin on Linux
      Vaultboy0 18 sep
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    • Put the right drivers on next time dumbass
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    • Bad and naughty kitties get eaten by the time out fish
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    • I wish my cat was a dog
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    • Yo I work at a vet clinic and I can for sure tell you that cat spent the last 25 mins doing hard zombies and now you’re in his space. Let him cool off and relax on his own. He’ll stop panting and come to you when your body heat isn’t overwhelming
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    • Don’t cats pant when they are stressed
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    • Come on guys I know its fuckin one of yous that keeps cloning my cat
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    • A fox is a dog with cat software.
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    • CAT DOOOOOOG. CAAAAT DOOOOG!
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    • If its panting and nothings rong give it water anyway its the kind thing to do and the right he don't have to be sick or injured or what ever. Obviously wanted would be appreciated
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    • Thangus 18 sep
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    • Holy shit stfu cats do this 90 percent of the time in a controlled environment (LIKE A HOUSE) after a good play sesh,so take your google scientist ass outta here holy fuck. Now If you see a cat out in the street or under a driveway panting it is a sign they might be overheating, know the difference
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    • He shouldn't be panting like that...
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    • Retarded cat retarded cat
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    • He’s fucking overheated dude that’s not a learned behavior
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    • Cats do this too, and it’s a sign of them overheating, being stressed, or being dehydrated, all of which you should be handling. Quit being an ignorant asshole using your cat’s sign of needing help to like whore and actually take care of it
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    • It's not good when cats pant. They're either overly stressed or way to hot. They don't pant on the same way dogs do and it's really not a great thing
      m3rlin257 18 sep
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    • Cats pant like dogs to keep from overheating. However unlike dogs panting is late sign of heat exhaustion which can quickly turn into heat stroke
      Lburbs 18 sep
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    • You know cats breathe with there mouth open because they have smell receptors in there same with dogs. My cat walked around with its mouth open for 3 days when I moved to my new house
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    • I was feeding ducks at the pond about two weeks ago with my sister and every time we’d hold out bread for this one weird looking duck he’d start panting and shaking his tail feathers as if he was a dog
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    • Running windows on a mac
      RatRat1 18 sep
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    • Bro I think my dog was raised by cats. She small as fuck but she always laying down on keyboards and shit
      KyKy 18 sep
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    • If a cat is panting it means they are having trouble breathing, cats don't pant like dogs do. This is what the vet told me when I had to look for signs when my cat was diagnosed with asthma.
      Ciirdan 18 sep
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    • Cats do this naturally but it's really not a good thing when they do
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    • kanep0e 18 sep
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    • This is usually a sign of stress
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    • Hey dumb ass your cats dehydrated
      cjtambe 19 sep
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    • My cat pants like this after playing fetch
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    • My cat used to pant from being tired after just jumping onto his cat tower
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    • Hit refresh
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    • PorkSword 18 sep
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    • Uh
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    • Adorable dog
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    • No they pant when they overheat from playing too much. You have to be careful when they do that because if they continue playing the cat can have a heartattack
      ughh_ 18 sep
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    • Get this cat some water
      AwsmStina 18 sep
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    • Gatito
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    • Your cat is panting because it’s overheating
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    • They pant just like dogs but it takes a lot more heat and physical exhaustion so it tends to be bad when they pant
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    • Wtf
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    • content not available more
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    • Cats pant like dogs too, but only when they are overheated
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    • I wanna hear that mofo bark
      Jirayia_ 18 sep
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    • It’s because it’s so hot! Ur cat is literally panting because it feels hot
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    • Cats do pant if they get overheated
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    • That actually means your cat is overheated. Don't be retarded
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    • Cats pant when they are overheating and close to passing out
      Psalm 18 sep
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    • Cats pant when they are stressed or in pain
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    • Cats do this when extremely stressed
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    • My cat did this when he fought a dog. Stressed and overheated not to mention injured.
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    • He's stressed and overheated. You suck.
      Greymane 18 sep
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    • It’s like the mod in Minecraft where you can have a fully functioning computer that can run doom
      MLGtbone 18 sep
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    • Cats pant too, just usually way more quietly.
      theacp127 18 sep
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    • Its not good when a cat does that
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    • When you install doom on your calculator
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    • Cat pog
      Sylinjuan 18 sep
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    • That cat is running on Firefox
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    • OwOGirl69 20 sep
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    • I wanna hear it bark
      WolfyFam 18 sep
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    • Or it could be just hot as hell
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    • TheAddict 18 sep
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    • Juneau 18 sep
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    • It's cute
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    • Bro your cats having a heat stroke
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    • He looks like a very good boy.
      lyronva 18 sep
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    • Finally a cat I like
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    • The cat even sounds like a dog. My man is just cooling down though. He will be fine
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    • Flash its bios
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    • I have a story about a retard with a kinked tail, dropped deliberately by his mother within cable reach of the north corner dog, whom made chew toys of catchables. He instead raised Bruiser for 4 months, including dropping chewed dog chow for B. He died chasing car tires. I couldn't believe it had
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    • for the last time thats not a cat miss, thats a raccoon.
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    • Kitty breath
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    • Just like most other animals, they do this cause they're hot
      ToastBoi1 18 sep
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    • Heatstroke
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    • This triggers my fight or flight
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    • My boi does the same
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    • Its actually really dangerous when your cat starts to pant like that, it's not some funny or cute thing. The cat is distressed or overheating, which can lead to health complications
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    • My cat was doing this once and I immediately put her right in front of air conditioning vents. Problem solved. She loved it.
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    • I dint think thats a good thing. Need to have your cat checked out by a good vet.
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    • .... this is just retarded
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    • They taste better heated up
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    • Can't wait to read all the comments from people who are veterinarians now.
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    • Ahem. Princess and the Pauper?
      suttonini 18 sep
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    • Time to put it down
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    • Haha
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    • Reboot it
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    • I want it
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    • moo_moos 21 sep
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    • That cat needs a new os
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    • So cute but imaging waking up to that
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    • that's not good bro. speaking of which, y'all ever seen a cat have a heart attack?
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