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Paws for thought!

Lots of us were surprised to wake up to snow this morning! The more adventurous of our feline friends may still choose to venture outside, so wipe paws gently with warm water when they come in to remove any stubborn snow build up and any residue from gritted paths. This avoids cats ingesting rock salt when grooming, as this can make them poorly.

Check too that cat flaps aren’t snow-blocked or frozen shut. It’s a good idea to keep a litter tray indoors so cats have the choice to stay in to go to the loo.

And make sure there are lots of snuggly, draft-free spots for your feline friends to curl up in, to look at the snow from cosy indoors!