A cat that had been found “frozen and unresponsive” in the snow made an incredible recovery…
Fluffy, a “totally frozen and unresponsive” cat discovered frozen and close to death outside her owners’ house in Montana. This is a mountainous state in the Northwestern United States that has been experiencing frigid temperatures ranging from -1 (30F) to -8 degrees (17F). It’s terrible to imagine the poor cat attempting to live in these circumstances.
When the homeowner spotted her, they quickly transported her to an animal clinic for treatment. Staff first believed she had died until they looked at her, listened to her, and discovered she was still alive. The vets, of course, refused to give up on her.
“Our immediate thoughts were those of any other patient in distress when we spotted Fluffy,” Andrea Dutter, the Executive Director of the Animal Clinic of Kalispell, told in an interview. “All hands on deck, and let’s thaw out this precious little baby!” You have to take things one minute at a time in situations like these.”
Fluffy started to rise after several hours in the medical department, and the furball ultimately recovered completely. Fluffy, by the way, has a strong will to live, which she has shown to the rest of the world. Fluffy is already back at home with her people, and she will be healing inside this time. We’re hoping that her amazing recovery will make her reconsider the merits of staying inside, despite her preference for the outdoors.
“We really hope that Fluffy’s story will educate other pet owners on how to keep their indoor and outdoor pets safe, as well as the significance of receiving medical treatment as soon as possible rather than trying to heal their pets themselves.” Our physicians and staff followed the same protocol as any other veterinarian or team. We (and Fluffy!) appreciate Fluffy’s owners’ rapid response in a frightening circumstance.”
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