Sean Kane, a firefighter and EMT in Newton, New Hampshire, tells The Boston Globe the cat's two back paws and tail were frozen in the ice Thursday morning. It also had a chunk of ice on its back. Wind chills were in the single digits.
Firefighters think the brown and gray long-haired cat lay down and ended up freezing into the pond. They poured warm water on the cat, wrapped it in towels and used a heating pad.
There was no ID on the cat, and firefighters posted a photo on Facebook.
The animal now is being cared for by the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
(WJTV - Jan 25, 2018)