Veterinary experts always say that you should keep your cats and dogs indoors if the temperature drops below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, or 35 degrees Celsius. Otherwise, your furry friends might get frostbite on their paws, ears, or the tip of their tail. However, some of them are so scared of the cold and snow that you can’t bring them out even if the weather is much warmer.
His first time walking in the snow pic.twitter.com/U6qGJYCEq1
— Emergency Kittens (@EmrgencyKittens) December 3, 2017