Cat Frozen to Concrete Gets Rescued Out of Deep Drain

A black cat now named Jack Frost was rescued by Indianapolis Animal Care and Control after its paws were frozen on concrete.
0:51 | 01/15/15

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Curious cat exploring a drain pipe couldn't claw its way out of this frozen situation. Meet Jack Frost a black cat who found his way to the bottom of a storm drain an Indianapolis. Unable to climb out and with temperatures plummeting his pause became frozen to the concrete. Hot water eventually helped free his chilled pause. But it took an innovative strategy to save the cac one rescuer carefully chipped away the ice around the caps pause to get them out. We love us until it's always Harlem we have just like this expecting one that you actually were part. Jack Frost is now recovering and warming up at a local animal shelter where he is being monitored. For frostbite on his paws he'll be up for adoption those soon still no word. If he loses one of his nine lives are not.

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