They can suffer from hypothermia, which could possibly result in death.

If you see 20 cats, there are probably 10 more you don't see.

We should all care about this because animals are dying in the streets.

I'm just wondering if I'm doing all the right things to make sure (my 11-year-old cat) Smokey lives as healthy and long a life as possible. He doesn't jump like he used to and he's not as fast as he used to be, and I question how many years he has left. When will I know that his quality of life is deteriorating?

One female dog and her offspring, in 6 years, will produce 67,000 dogs. One female cat and her offspring, in 7 years, will produce 420,000 cats.

Oftentimes, people think, well, my dog is always outside anyway, so it's used to the cold. That's not necessarily true. If you go outside, and it's too cold for you, it's too cold for your pet.