Breed, coat length, body condition, age, health issues and acclimation to cold climates.
Between 55-75°F is optimal, but healthy cats can typically tolerate 32-90°F.
Wind draws away body heat quickly. Limit time outdoors in very windy cold weather.
Under 32°F for long periods is too cold. Kittens, elderly and sick cats cannot tolerate cold as well.
Shivering, weakness, lethargy, uncoordinated movements. Seek warmth and veterinary care immediately.
Ears, tail, paws, nose and genitals are vulnerable to frostbite in freezing temperatures.
Heated cat beds, sweaters, food/water bowl warmers, shelter access and lithium battery heated mats.