In Kalispell, Montana, a cat is left with eight lives; this after being found buried under a snow bank in below freezing temperatures for hours and revived by veterinarians.
While cats’ normal temperatures clock in around 101 degrees, Dr. Jevon Clark of the Animal Clinic of Kailspell tells ABC News that Fluffy arrived to the office with snow caked on her and with a reading so low it didn’t even register on a thermometer.
Additionally, Clark details that he and his team used warm water, warming blankets, heating pads/cages to bring her temp. up and eventually revive the unresponsive feline. Fluffy’s fully recovered and is back home with her family, and is now an indoor cat.
So, pet owners who live in areas with freezing temperatures, let this be a reminder to keep your pets safe!