the Cat Fluffy has finally come back to its owners after having been through a strenuous week.
Fluffy was found lifeless in a snedynge at the end of January. The coat was full of ice and snow, tells ABC News.
the Incident took place in Kalispell in the u.s. state of Montana. The same day as the Fluffy was found well frozen, the temperature was down to minus 13 degrees.
Friendly people brought the lifeless cat into the local veterinary clinic.
Veterinarian Jevon Clar tells that the cat was so chilled, so that the body temperature could not be measured with the thermometer, otherwise it goes down to 32 degrees.
A cat's body temperature is normally about 38 degrees.
Fluffy was warmed up again with blankets and hot water. But eventually, the little creature is transferred to the intensive care unit at the vet.
Here began the cat to get better.
Now is the cat so well, that it has been printed and returned to the owners.
Fluffy is great, notes dyreklinikken on Facebook.