Fluffy the cat is doing well after she was found injured and buried in snow in Montana last week.
Dr. Jevon Clark of the Animal Clinic of Kalispell said Thursday that Fluffy was unresponsive and her body temperature didn't register on the clinic's thermometers when her owners brought her in a week earlier.
Cats' temperatures are normally around 101 degrees, said the veterinarian.
Fluffy's owners weren't home when she got stuck in the snow, so they aren't sure how it happened. The clinic shared a photo of the unfrozen Fluffy, showcasing her attractive, long fur.
Amid the deep freeze that has swept across the USA, an astonishing sight greeted staff at an animal hospital - a cat frozen in snow. Her temperature was very low but after many hours she recovered and is now completely normal.
She had to be thawed out after getting buried in the snow.
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After being taken into care at the vet clinic and treated for several hours, slowly bringing her core temperature back up to normal levels, Fluffy SOMEHOW got another go at life and made a pretty incredible recovery.
They rushed her to a nearby animal clinic to get her examined.
"She wasn't really responding for about the first half-hour, but then she started at least, acting like she was going to be alive", Dr Clark said.
The 3-year-old cat was mostly an outdoor cat that the owners "acquired" when they moved into their new home.
"Fluffy is incredible", the post said.
This feline may have just wasted one of her nine lives.