Cute, but not realistic.
I grew up in Calgary, Canada.
Our cat would often go outside and leave his scarf in the wardrobe at -30C.
He only went out when he had to.
Come springtime, the shedding of fur was impressive, so obviously there’s something
in a cat’s physiology that adjusts fur density for the climate as required.
I can’t believe people leave their dogs outside in -30, but
they do. I know a lot of cats don’t do well because of the cold as well.
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