Do Cats Get Cold Inside The House. Nature naturally prepares a cat's coat to become thicker and denser to fight off the cold, however, a thick coat doesn't always mean a whole lotta warmth. (inside a lower unheated part of the house), and that was probably risky.
Making sure your cat stays warm begins, of course, with your cat — on the inside and out. This will not be enough to place a cat in any danger, though. Or if they get along fine, you can remove it and just have one huge open area.
Probably the best prescription for winter's woes is to keep your cat inside with you and your family.
If the weather is bitter cold or snowing keep your pets inside. Cats can get both viral and bacterial sicknesses, with the feline herpesvirus (which can cause eye ulcers) and the feline calicivirus (which can cause oral ulcers) being responsible for 95 percent of cat colds, dr. Cold weather can be hard on cats, just like it can be hard on people. Can still get quite cold in the winter.