Cats and snow?
May 10, 2011 7:44am CST
I have 3 cats and they are all excited as they can be to get out and play in the snow. They run and slide in it, catch snowflakes and try to throw and catch little tiny snowballs. What do your cats do in the snow? Do you think that their feet get cold? They seem just as comfortable in the snow as they are when they arent in the snow.
10 May 11
My cat is now an old lady at nearly 17 so refuses to out in a slight breeze never mind the snow but when she was younger her and her pal (now deceased) used to tear around in it, jumping and sliding and trying to catch the snow as is fell around them, they would play insanely for a good 1/2 hour then trudge back indoors dripping wet and curl up on the rug in front of the fire to dry,despite the mad playing in the cold they always warmed up afterwards so I guess extreme exposure would effect them but they sure aren't daft, as soon as they feel uncomfortable its back indoors to warm up :O)
10 May 11
I have two cats and they really hate it when it snows. They try to avoid the snow, and when they can't they move in a weird way, jumping and running to stay as little as possible on the snow. Now that they've learnt what it looks like, they stay inside when it snows, and generally they sit in front of the door, waiting for good weather.