Make sure your cat has a warm, dry place to sleep. This could be a bed in a sunny spot, a heated blanket, or even a cardboard box filled with straw.
If possible, keep your cat indoors during the winter months. This will help protect them from the cold weather, snow, ice, and other hazards.
Check your cat's paws regularly for signs of frostbite or other damage. If their paws are red, swollen, or cracked, take them to the vet immediately.
Salt and antifreeze can be deadly to cats. If you must use these chemicals, make sure to keep them away from your cat.
It's important to make sure your cat has access to fresh water, especially during the winter months when they may be drinking more.
If your cat goes outside, consider getting them a winter coat to help keep them warm.
Hypothermia is a serious condition that can occur in cats exposed to cold weather. If you think your cat may be suffering from hypothermia, take them to the vet immediately.