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After Such A Heavy Snowfall He Knew There Was No Way This Pair Was Going To Survive Much Longer In Such Frigid Conditions!

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CAT MAN CHRIS WAS SHOVELING OUT HIS DRIVEWAY IN -20 DEGREE WEATHER WHEN HE SAW A CAT OUT IN THE SNOW!

Chris saw the cat was not alone, as he spotted another cat hiding out in the woods near his house. Right away he knew he had to do something, there was no way he could leave these cats out in such frigid temperatures.

Following their pawprints, in the snow, Chris followed their trail. The two community cats, Clarence and Midnight, had crawled under an abandoned trailer, curling up in the insulation to keep warm. Thankfully, there was a local caregiver, jean, who was keeping them fed.

So, after Chris had contacted Jean, the pair hatched a plan to trap the cats. On New Years Day, Jean called Chris to let him know she had trapped Clarence and was on her way to drop him off.

“We couldn’t bring him inside our house, unfortunately, our cats would just go crazy. So we made the garage a nice, warm, cozy spot for him. Just temporary until I could find him a foster home,” said Chris.

Clarence made a lot of noise in his new home, but he was actually quite friendly. Later that day, Jean was able to trap Midnight too, and before long the black cat and his grey tabby friend were off to the vet for a check-up.

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–Starving and alone they are left in freezing conditions, fighting for their lives!

–That they somehow survived the frigid conditions long enough to be rescued is nothing short of a miracle!

Both cats were found to be in good health and were scanned for microchips, proving they were both long-term strays.

Both cats were put up for adoption on social media, where a woman saw them and quickly fell in love.

She quickly contacted the rescue wanting to adopt them.

It’s great to know they will be adopted together, being able to support each other as they adjust to their new home.

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