A cat from Montana has used one of its nine lives to survive a "once in a generation" polar vortex that swept across the US last month.
Fluffy was found buried under three inches of snow after the storm brought freezing lows of -27c to towns and cities across the mid-west.
Her owners rescued her, quickly taking her to a vet. It took seven hours to bring her back to life using warm water, hair dryers and towels.
She has been described as a typical grumpy cat, but it turns out that Fluffy's personality may have actually played a part in her survival.
Dr Jevon Clark, the vet who helped the frozen feline, said: "Cats that are crabby have a tendency to want to live."
Fluffy isn't the only cat to get herself into a unfortunate situation.
In 2015, a cat was filmed clinging on for dear life after it fell asleep on a microlight which then took off - much to the surprise of the pilot.
Last month, a Washington-based cat was helped after being found with a dart in its side. Pepper had to endure a trip to the vet to have the dart removed and is now recovering from the ordeal at home.