A feral cat took a nap in the sun outside in New Hampshire. Unfortunately as the cat slept, the temperature dropped and the snow froze around the cat, trapping the cat’s paws and tail to the ice.

Fortunately, concerned residents called firefighters to rescue the cat. The firefighters poured warm water around the cat to free it from the ice, then they took the cold kitty to a shelter to be cared for.

If you live in a cold weather area, be on the look out for cold cats. Even though cats may seem to adjust to the cold temperature, keep watch over them to make sure they’re okay. After all, cats can make mistakes just like humans so don’t let a mistake turn deadly for any cats in your neighborhood.

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