Frozen cat thaws out after getting stuck in snow

Fluffy being treated at the clinic. Credit Animal Clinic of Kalispell

Fluffy being treated at the clinic. Credit Animal Clinic of Kalispell

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

The cat named Fluffy was found almost frozen and unresponsive in the hard ice of a snow bank who temperature in Kalispell, Montana was only 10 degrees last Thursday.

Her body temperature was below what the clinic's thermometers could read, minus 32 degrees.

The clinic wrote on Facebook her temperature was low but had recovered after she was thawed for many hours and was now completely normal.

Animal rescue workers used warm water and blankets to try to warm the cat up, but her temperature was still too low so she was taken to an emergency room, according to ABC News. Fluffy was rescued January 31 from a snow bank with her fur matted with ice.

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The animal clinic posted before and after pictures of Fluffy's unexpected recovery with this final sentence: "Fluffy is unbelievable!"

Fluffy being treated at the clinic in Kalispell. However, her temperature remained very low. Not quite sure if she's made a deal with the cat devil here or had a few lives to burn, but I'm impressed. "That's how we knew she was going to be OK", Dutter told TODAY.

"She wasn't really responding for about the first half-hour, but then she started at least, acting like she was going to be alive", Dr Clark said.

"And finally, we put her in a heated kennel".

He also said the owners hadn't done anything wrong and it was likely Fluffy got injured in some way that caused it to get stuck in that position.

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