"You could tell it was a cat when she came in", Jevon Clark, a veterinarian at the animal clinic told USA Today.
"She was essentially frozen", said Andrea Dutter, executive director, reportedly. According to reports, the vet team used warm water, towels, hairdryers and intravenous fluids to slowly bring her back from the brink of death.
She had to be thawed out after getting buried in snow last month.
Unresponsive, with ice matted to her fur, Fluffy's owners prayed for a miracle as they carried their beloved pet into the Animal Clinic of Kalispell.
Fluffy the cat buried in snow was brought in to a vet frozen and unresponsive.
Fluffy reportedly had been living outside the house when new owners moved in within the last couple of years and adopted her.