November 2016 Issue

When the Weather Outside Is Frightful

It can become chilly inside, too, with safety hazards like this silent killer in the garage.

With good care from loving owners, indoor cats can enjoy a great life, but when the temperature plummets, they can benefit from some extra TLC. The most valuable advice from a specialist in emergency and critical care: “Come winter, the most important thing is to keep pets indoors where it’s warm,” says Elisa Mazzaferro, MS, DVM, Ph.D., ACECC, at Cornell University Veterinary Specials in Stamford, Conn.

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