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What is a cat's normal body temperature

A cat's normal body temperature is 36.8 degrees Celsius (97.1 degrees Fahrenheit).

What is the cat's recommended minimum temperature?

The cat's recommended minimum temperature is 21 degrees Celsius (69.8 degrees Fahrenheit).

How long can a cat be exposed to a cold environment before it can get sick?

A cat can be exposed to freezing temperatures for a short period of time (less than 10 minutes) before it will get sick.

How can I tell if a cat is sick?

If you suspect your cat has a temperature, take it to your vet.

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