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Feline Frostbite

Even a thick fur coat may not protect your outdoor cat or a stray from frostbite. If you see signs of frostbite, like a pale bluish-grey color on paws, ears, nose or tail, it's important to consult with a veterinarian. Just bringing him inside isn't enough, because when the damaged areas start to thaw, they'll start to hurt, too!