Freeze Parking: Russian Cat Escapes Winter’s Grip



What cats don’t know, however, is that newly parked cars cool off as time goes by. Given enough time (say, overnight), and both a sheltering cat and the melted slush it’s resting in tend to become one. In the morning, the car’s driver pulled out of his spot leaving behind one very bewildered cat… you would be too, if your paws were stuck to the pavement via refrozen snow and ice.



The situation had all the makings of a tragedy: an immobile cat in full view of any passing predator. Not to mention the good odds of another car pulling into the parking space at any time. Luck smiled down on the unfortunate feline, however, as the first creatures to notice his sticky predicament were humans… rather kind and compassionate ones at that!