It’s Freezing Cold Outside & This Kindhearted Family Found A Way To Keep Feral Cats Warm


How cold is it in your place right now?

For those who have been hit by the blizzard, I’m pretty sure it’s freezing cold. So please keep your pets indoors!

Three years ago in Montreal Canada, a kindhearted family found an ingenious way to keep feral cats warm and cozy. It was freezing outside and this family saw a mama cat and her kitten take refuge in their solarium.

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The cats were scared of people, they run away when the family tried to approach them. So they left the door open so the cats can come and go as they please.

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The family let the cats take shelter in their solarium. They also feed the cats with meat, cheese, and water. And according to their post in IMGUR, the cats trust them as long as the patio door remained closed.

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The cats seem to like their new shelter. But the solarium is not heated though, but at least the cats wouldn’t have to deal with cold winds.

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However, they wanted to make the cats feel warm and comfortable, so the dad installed a heating lamp for them. It’s the kind that are placed outside bars for people who are smoking or are waiting in line.

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The family also gave them blankets so they sleep more comfortably and to keep them warm and toasty.

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Awwww…just look at how cute they are!

Kudos to this wonderful family who helped out these cats! You guys are amazing! We sure hope there are more people like you in this world.

Would you have done the same thing if feral/homeless cats are seeking for shelter from the cold? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

You can read more about this story at LoveMeow and at IMGUR.

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Written by Nicolette Mansueto
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