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FAQ for Cat

hypothermia

Signs of hypothermia include body temperature below 98.5 F, decreased heart rate; pale or blue mucous membranes; dilated pupils; shivering; wobbliness, unconsciousness or coma; weak pulse.

1. Remove your cat from the cold.

Check the cat's ABCs, and perform CPR as needed.

2. Take your cat's temperature; below 98.5°F indicates hypothermia.

Normal body temperature for a dog is 99.5 to 102.5

3. Wrap your cat in a blanket. Place warm water bottles (wrapped in towels) next to the cat.

5. Take your cat to a veterinary hospital immediately.

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