5. When your cat comes inside, check their paws for ice. It can hide away between their toes and cause discomfort or worse.
6. Brush them daily. This will help to keep them knot free, and allow their coat to do its job of keeping them warm! It will also help you to find any mud or other unwelcome cling-ons before they become problematic to your pet.
See how the cats in this video react to their first time experience with snow.
So do your bit as the wonderful pet-parent that you are; keep them inside this Winter. Just think of the cuddles you’ll get in thanks.
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