Vets in Montana were able to revive a three-year-old cat that was nearly frozen to death after the poor cat was found in a hard-packed snow bank.
The owners of Fluffy said they came home to find their pet in a hard-packed snow bank, and it appeared that the animal had been sitting in one spot for a long time while the blowing snow drifted up around it.
Fluffy was brought in last week unresponsive with a body temperature that would not register on the clinic's thermometers, Dr. Jevon Clark of Kalispell Animal Clinic said: "She's crouched down looking like she's hunting something or something's in the snow bank.
"And then they realized, oh my gosh, she's not moving."
The vets warmed the cat using towels, cage warmers and intravenous fluids.
When the cat started growling, they knew the poor animal would be okay.