Published: Sun, February 10, 2019
World Media | By Cesar Oliver

Frozen, unresponsive cat brought back to life by vets

Frozen, unresponsive cat brought back to life by vets

The Animal Clinic of Kalispell, Montana, helped revive Fluffy the cat after her owners found her frozen and buried in snow.

The injured cat, named Fluffy, was found on January 31 and brought to Animal Clinic of Kalispell veterinarian Dr. Jevon Clark, KTMF reported.

Fluffy's body temperature was so low it did not even register on a thermometer.

The clinic posted pictures of her recovery on its Facebook page.

The clinic knew Fluffy would survive once they heard growling.

Fluffy is now fully recovered and back home with her owners and will remain indoors for the foreseeable future.

After being taken into care at the vet clinic and treated for several hours, slowly bringing her core temperature back up to normal levels, Fluffy SOMEHOW got another go at life and made a pretty incredible recovery. The normal body temperature for a cat is typically around 101F.

She has eight lives left, but Fluffy is very lucky to be alive. "And finally, we put her in heated kennel".

Clark said Fluffy's owners plan to try to keep her inside for now.

Dutter told TODAY, "Dr. Clark has not seen this happen in his 20 years of practicing".

Although spring may be on its way, it's crucial to pay attention to any pets or animals who may be outdoors in the cold and to take appropriate action when necessary.

"They didn't think twice and they brought her straight to us to treat her medically", Dutter said. It wasn't clear how long Fluffy, an outdoor cat, had been there.

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