An animal clinic in Montana spent several hours thawing out an injured cat that was found buried in the snow.
After the clinic's staff picked the ice off Fluffy's coat and she started moving around, they sent her to an emergency clinic to help raise her body temperature.
The clinic believes that Fluffy may have gotten some kind of injury in the snow, resulting in her not being able to make it to a safe shelter in time before her temperature dropped too low for her to move.
Fluffy's owners said she is now strictly an indoor cat.
Balls of ice stuck to the cat's fur and she was unresponsive when she was taken in for treatment.
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"It took about an hour for her temperature to return to normal".
The clinic shared Fluffy's tale in a Facebook post earlier this week.
Fluffy being treated at the clinic in Kalispell.
"She was essentially frozen", said Andrea Dutter, executive director, told CNN. Especially cats that are crabby.
"She's doing great", Dutter said. They scooped her up and immediately drove her to the vet, which is probably what saved her life. For Fluffy, her owners made a life-saving decision.
Dr Clark said Fluffy was three years old and had always lived outdoors. The cat was discharged to her owners the same night, and when vets checked on her a few days later, she appeared to be back to normal.