Monday, December 13, 2010

Winterize your cat

They may have fur, but our four-legged friends still get cold when the temperature dips. Add snow, sleet, wind, and rain to the mix, and our kitties, even with their natural fur coats, are bound to be shivering just like the rest of us. Prolonged exposure to the cold can lead to hypothermia -- a dangerous drop in core body temperature -- in cats just as it will in humans. Know what signs to watch for and how to "winterize" your outdoor cat.

Signs of cat hypothermia include prolonged and

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