Winter can be deadly for cats and kittens

Obviously for all animals, so please read and do what you can to help.

Each winter, an untold number of outdoor, stray, or feral cats die in the cold and harsh weather conditions. As temperatures drop below freezing, a cat’s chances of survival decrease. Even kittens and elderly cats are at risk in temperatures as high as 45 degrees Fahrenheit.

There are many ways we can help protect our furry neighbors this coming winter — building shelters, avoiding salt, antifreeze, and harsh chemicals in areas where you have seen cats around, or leaving out food for an extra energy boost are just some things to try!

Whatever you choose, please pledge to take steps to keep outdoor, stray, and feral cats safe today!

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