Fluffy the cat who almost succumbed to cold because of becoming "essentially frozen" and buried in Montana snow, is luckily alive and getting better by now. In a Kalispell snowbank late last week the owner of the cat found the frozen feline. Fluffy was frozen due to the temperatures dropping to a chilly -13C. Fluffy's fun clumped with snow and ice and she almost looks like a snowball making the cat difficult to recognise. The cat’s owners rushed Fluffy to a local animal clinic in Kalispell. Reports have it the experts had to thaw the cat to bring her back to life. The Animal Clinic of Kalispell took on to their Facebook page to post updates about Fluffy where they described it as an amazing story. They wrote: "Amazing success and survival story from this week. Some clients found their injured cat buried in snow. They brought her to us essentially frozen and unresponsive. Her temperature was very low but after many hours she recovered and is now completely normal. Fluffy is amazing!" The pictures of Fluffy shared by The Animal Clinic of Kalispell speaks the story of the cat's recovery. Thane Man Throws Neighbour’s Pet Cat From 16th Floor; Netizens Furious.
Take a look at the pictures of Fluffy before and after recovery
Their comments section is flooded with love for Fluffy. A well-wisher wrote, "What a MIRACLE!! I can’t believe this... what a beautiful precious baby! Sending prayers to you sweet one." We agree with this another commenter,"
It really is true that with hypothermia they aren’t dead until they are warm and dead. Excellent save! So glad the veterinarians and technicians and the owner worked hard to save this cat!"