This cat was just trying to keep warm, like so many in the winter, by hiding under a car. There are multiple things that can go wrong in this situation, and that mostly involves humans not checking before moving their vehicle, however this was a new one.The feline's paws had gotten frozen in the snow. The weather inZlatoust, Russia, was freezing. The temperature was around -31 degrees Farenheit (-35 Celsius) and his fur began to frost over with ice.
However, the feline was unable to move or walk on his own. It's not clear if the problem was the cold or the shock, but they immediately called a vet who gave him an anti-inflammatory shot, which seemed to do the trick.The veterinarian estimates that the cat is only between seven and nine months old.After a few days, the couple posted an adoption notice online, and the animal was soon picked up by his new mom. He is loving domestic life, but they are keeping him inside at the moment, so he won't have any more problems with the weather.
The cat has now lived at her house for a week and she says he seems to be fine. He runs and jumps around.