So two people on the 232 member San Diego Tesla Facebook group thought the new 105 degree keep cool feature ("Cabin Overheat Protection" which is ON by default) was meant to keep infants or pets cool while the car was otherwise unoccupied. This is not the case, 105 degrees is way too hot for this. If you need to dash in somewhere leaving your pet behind, there are other ways of leaving the full AC on while the car is locked. Do not rely on cabin overheat protection (which turns off anyways, for some unknown reason, when battery pack is at 20% or less). Cabin Overheat Protection is only meant to save wear and tear on inanimate objects in your car. BTW, this is yet another giant safety related FAIL on Tesla's part. Their release notes stay silent on the purpose of this feature and obviously some people make some bad assumptions about how and why this should be used.