When the weather is cold outside, there’s an increased risk of winter illnesses in pets, such as feline frostbite. Indoor house cats may be less exposed to severe temperature extremes, but outdoor cats can quickly become affected by this painful condition. In this post, we’re taking a closer look into what causes cat frostbite, what frostbite looks like on cats, and what to do at the first sign of red flags.
Here’s everything you need to know: Pro Tip: No matter how hard we try to protect our pets from seasonal health hazards, unfortunate accidents can always happen. Cat health insurance is designed to cover the expensive cost of unexpected vet visits to ensure your feline friend can always receive the care they need.
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