Should Your Cat Go Outside in the Cold Weather?

If your cat is accustomed to going out during the day and coming in at night then you will need to work out a different plan on cold days. For instance, make sure your cat has access to your garage, carport, or porch area so she can get out of the snow, wind, icy rain, etc. Fresh water should always be available. If you’re worried the water will freeze then it’s probably too cold for your cat to go outdoors. If she’s prone to destroying the house, then section off a room as a safe zone for her. You may also want to consider boarding her at a day care on the colder days. Hiring a pet sitter to come in and check on your cat is another option. Just remember, if it’s too cold for you to be outside then it’s too cold for your cat. Consult with your vet Washington, DC for more tips.


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