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Man Finds A Cat Frozen To The Ground And Fears The Worst - Until He Sees A Remarkable Sign

Winter is upon is, and that brings with it all sorts of potential problems that we need to be on top of. Temperatures can drop in a hurry, and it’s not uncommon to have days on end of absolutely frigid conditions. As such, it’s important to make sure that all the warm clothes are brought out of hiding, and that cars and equipment that needs to be winterized get tended to.

Quite simply, the dropping temps lead to us all having more to do. We need to leave extra time to warm up our vehicles, and those with small children have a veritable project on their hands whenever it’s time to trek outside. Chilly temps can really impact the most vulnerable among us, and that means we need to make sure that the little ones are bundled up as a result.

Giving things a once over on their behalf can ensure they don’t run into any problems in the middle of the harsh winter, and it’s well worth the effort to be proactive when it comes to avoiding potentially dangerous problems. Then there’s the four-legged members of the family.

The cold weather impacts them as well - especially those that have grown accustomed to the comforts of home. But what about the poor stray animals out there that don’t have anywhere to huddle up when it gets dangerously cold outside?

That’s a pretty sad thought to think about, as there’s no way to possibly gather up all of the stray cats and dogs out there to make sure they have a place to stay. It’s not all that pleasant to think of what may happen to these furry little friends, and it can be more off-putting to see what can happen on a first-hand basis.

As Happiest shares, that’s what happened to this unidentified man. He would walk outside on a particularly brutal day to find that there was a cat on his doorstep.

Unfortunately, it appeared that the cat was frozen stiff due to the brutal cold. The man was trying to wrap his head around exactly what he needed to do, but he would suddenly see an incredible sign. The frozen cat’s paw began to twitch, and the man knew there was some hope.

He was able to get the cat off of the ground, and he quickly brought her inside and drew a warm bath. The cat started to come around as it warmed up, but the man knew that he needed to do even more.

He got the cat out of the tub and wrapped her up in warm towels and blankets. After about an hour of warming her up, he gave her some warm milk to lap up.

Once a few hours had passed, the cat showed remarkable signs of life and even started walking around as if nothing had happened.

The man decided to adopt her, and he even bestowed her with an adorable name. He decided to call her Elsa, after the character from the hit Disney film ‘Frozen.’

Source: Happiest
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