Keep Your Cats Cool With Homemade Kitty Popsicles

Hannah Keyser

Frozen treats are the savior of any sweaty summer afternoon. By August, air conditioning and fans aren't enough—it's time for ice cream and popsicles. And while cats do a pretty nifty job of keeping themselves cool naturally, can you imagine sitting through this heat in a fur coat?

Since you really shouldn't give your cats regular ice cream (no matter how much they might love it), Chris Poole of Cole and Marmalade explains how to make feline-friendly frozen treats out of tuna or cat food. You probably already have all the ingredients you need at home—although you might want to pick up an extra ice tray before serving your human friends chilled drinks.

[h/t Laughing Squid]