Published: Sun, February 10, 2019
Global Media | By Jackie Banks

'Frozen' Cat Miraculously Brought Back to Life by Vets in Montana

'Frozen' Cat Miraculously Brought Back to Life by Vets in Montana

"Fluffy" was covered in snow and ice after the cat's owners found it in a snowbank in Kalispell, Montana.

When Fluffy arrived, she was unresponsive with a temperature under 32.2C, which was less than the hospital's thermometers could read, according to Dr Clark.

The animal clinic posted before and after pictures of Fluffy's unexpected recovery with this final sentence: "Fluffy is incredible!"

Fluffy was "thawed" out at the Animal Clinic of Kalispell.

The cat was discharged to her owners the same night, and when Clark checked her on Tuesday, she appeared to be back to normal, he said. China Corum, used heating pads and heated cages to help stimulate Fluffy.

When staff started treatment, Fluffy's body temperature was under 90 degrees.

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They rushed her to a nearby animal clinic to get her examined.

"They used a few different methods to raise her body temperature: warm water, hair dryers, heated towels that were rotated out", she said. "That's how we knew she was going to be OK", Dutter told TODAY. "We'll see if Fluffy likes that or Fluffy doesn't like that", he said.

"These crabby cats are survivors", Clark said.

Because the owners weren't home at the time, they aren't positive how Fluffy got stuck in the snow.

"She was frozen", said executive director of the Animal Clinic of Kalispell Andrea Dutter.

She remained an indoor-outdoor cat, and last Thursday the couple found her frozen outside. For Fluffy, her owners made a life-saving decision.

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