Published: Sun, February 10, 2019
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

'Crabby cats are survivors': Frozen cat revived after found covered in ice

'Crabby cats are survivors': Frozen cat revived after found covered in ice

Dr. Jevon Clark, veterinarian at Animal Clinic of Kalispell, said Fluffy the cat was brought in by her owners after she was found unresponsive and buried in the snow amid 10-degree weather Thursday afternoon.

Fluffy was found by her owner in a snowbank while temperatures hovered around -13°C.

Fluffy the cat was brought into the Animal Clinic fo Kalispell, Montana, on January 31, when temperatures hit a low of 9F as parts of the U.S. were hit with a polar vortex. They utilized warm water fluids, an IV solution and towels to help raise her body temperature back up to a stable 101 degrees.

According to the animal hospital, Fluffy is back with her owners - although she is making the transition to being a indoor cat.

"Amazing success and survival story from this week", the post read.

The clinic believes that Fluffy may have gotten some kind of injury in the snow, resulting in her not being able to make it to a safe shelter in time before her temperature dropped too low for her to move.

Balls of ice stuck to the cat's fur and she was unresponsive when she was taken in for treatment.

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She has eight lives left, but Fluffy is very lucky to be alive.

"We immediately began to warm her up", Dutter said.

This feline may have just wasted one of her nine lives.

Dr Clark said Fluffy's owners didn't do anything wrong. "And finally, we put her in heated kennel".

"Fluffy is unbelievable", the post said.

Fluffy's owners will keep her inside after her wild adventure.

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