She was found frozen solid in a snow bank in Kalispell, Montana on January 31.
Temperatures in the area on the day had dropped to as low as eight degrees Fahrenheit and Fluffy was unresponsive when the owners took her to the Animal Clinic of Kalispell.
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Despite her harrowing encounter, clinic vets told KULR that by the evening, Fluffy was seemingly back to her normal self and now appears to be recovering. China Corum, D.V.M., used a variety of methods to defrost Fluffy.
She was rushed to the Animal Clinic of Kalispell where her body temperature did not even register on a veterinary thermometer, which bottoms out at 90F.
Typically, cats have a temperature between 37.5C and 39C, according to petMD.
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"She was essentially frozen", said Andrea Dutter, executive director, reportedly. They utilized warm water fluids, an IV solution and towels to help raise her body temperature back up to a stable 101 degrees. This outdoor cat has certainly used up one of her 9 lives! "Excellent save! So glad the veterinarians and technicians and the owner worked hard to save this cat", said one commenter.
"Fluffy is unbelievable", the post said. "She couldn't get back to her normal little hiding spots that she goes to".
He also said the owners hadn't done anything wrong and it was likely Fluffy got injured in some way that caused it to get stuck in that position.
"And finally, we put her in a heated kennel".
"She's doing great", Dutter said.
Fluffy immediately after her thaw.