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Anonymous:Cats don't sweat and they don't breathe intensively like dogs after running, so how do they regulate their body temperature?
There are many ways. They groom themselves and their saliva helps them cool off. They have quite large ears that help them cool off in the same way elephants do. They cool off through their paws. Cats are also very good at finding cool spots and so they stick in there to feel more comfortable. They also have other body mechanisms for the heat, such as their arteries and veins open up to allow more heat to dissipate and they also rise to the surface of the skin.