Is this the luckiest feline ever?
A cat that “froze to death” under a pile of snow in Montana has been extroadinarily revived by vets.
The owners of Fluffy, a furbaby from Kalispell, sped her to the local animal hospital after they found her in -8C weather and her fur coated in snow.
Dr Jevon Clark and the team at Animal Clinic of Kalispell used heated blankets in an attempt to awaken the unresponsive kitty, with no success.
After two hours, the cat’s temperature was still worryingly low, so the staff took her to the E.R, where Fluffy finally began to show signs of improvement.
Sharing Fluffy’s miraculous recovery on Facebook, the clinic said: “Amazing success and survival story from this week. Some clients found their injured cat buried in snow.
“They brought her to us essentially frozen and unresponsive. Her temperature was very low but after many hours she recovered and is now completely normal.”
And Facebook users were soon praising the quick-thinking team for their actions.
One person commented: “This is a miracle with some quick thinking on the part of her “parents” and this wonderful vet!!!!!! This outdoor cat has certainly used up one of her 9 lives! She is so lucky that she found such amazing care.”
While another added: “Poor little kitty! Thank goodness someone found her! She’s beautiful!”