Fluffy Was Found Frozen and Unresponsive

Fluffy Was Found Frozen and Unresponsive In Montana Snowbank
Animal Clinic of Kalispell

The images of a cat totally frozen that thanks to the fast reaction of a rescue team. Finally resisted the cold and was saved has attracted attention in social networks. The owners of the pet, who lives in the city of Kalispell in the northwest corner of the state of Montana, tell that Fluffy the cat was rescued after being found completely covered in snow.

The temperature for those days was close to -13 degrees Celsius. And had dropped at least 40 cm from snow during the month.

In an interview with ABC news, the doctor who attended the feline pointed out that when Fluffy arrived at the clinic his temperature it was so low it did not register on the thermometer.

The clinic posted pictures of the cat’s recovery on its Facebook page.


When she got to the clinic, her temperature was below 32°C, said, Dr. Jevon Clark. A normal temperature for a cat is around 38°-39°C.

Fluffy making a full recovery

Her vets didn’t have much hope at first. But with the help of warm towels and hair dryers, Fluffy started making a miraculous recovery and within 45 minutes was acting normal.

Fluffy’s vet dr. Javon Clark tells that in his 24 years of practice he’s never seen a case like this.

“I was really surprised, you know I’ve practiced a long time and I’ve seen a lot of hypothermic animals. But normally it’s like an accidental kind of a thing where the kids leave the door open and the cat gets out or the dog gets out nobody knows about it for a couple hours and they might get a little cold versus this was a little bit kind of a different situation to have it actually packed around” Dr. Javon Clark said.

The best news was that the animal medical center reported that the beloved cat is already he was stable and with his family. The very lucky Fluffy is now back home.

Dr. Clark says to avoid this happening to one of your pets, make sure you have fresh water and a bed for your pet outside in case they get stuck. That way they’re not on the cold hard ground and can stay hydrated in a pinch.