Keeping Cats Warm In Winter


keeping cats warm in winter

keeping cats warm in winter
keeping cats warm in winter

How long can you be outside in the winter when it is really cold? You may have a good winter coat on but you are still going to get cold after a while. So think of your cat and kittens even though they may have on that fur coat after being out for a while they are going to get really cold.

There Are Many Different Reasons Why Your Cat Could Become Too Cold

If you typically let your cat outdoors, remember that he or she will need to come back inside more quickly during the winter. This is especially true for smaller cats, cats with short hair, or cats recovering from an illness. Also, never let your cat outside if he or she is wet, for whatever reason. In fact, if you bathe your cat or your cat otherwise gets wet, dry him or her immediately if the weather is cold, even if you are indoors.
Make sure your cat cannot get outside in any way-your pet may not be able to figure out how to get back inside, and by the time you realize that he or she is missing, hypothermia could have taken hold.


Never Warm Your Cat To Quickly

However, if you warm a pet too quickly, the damage could be even worse. Resist the urge to dunk your pet in warm water! Instead, warm slowly. Bring your animal into a warm room and wrap in warm blankets. You can even throw a towel in the dryer for a few seconds. Or use warm water bottles wrapped in a washcloth. Hairdryers work well, as long as you don’t get too close to your cat and keep them on the low settings. Once your cat starts to warm up, a warm bath could be very helpful, although this is not a good idea if you plan to take him or her outside again to go to the vet.

Remember Calling Your Vet Is Always Your Best Option

keeping cats warm in winter
keeping cats warm in winter

Animals simply sometimes get outside accidentally, no matter how caring you may be to your pet. If your cat shows symptoms of being too cold, you can use these warming techniques to save your pet’s life, and your vet will be able to get you on the right track to help your pet recover.

How Do You Keep Your Cats Warm In The Winter?

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