Just because they have a little extra fur doesn't mean they don't get cold. Some advice: Treat them like you would your child and monitor how long you allow them to be outside.
Most people are aware of the potential safety hazards that come along with bitter cold temperatures and to make sure children are bundled up and seniors are checked on, but what about our animal friends?
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