Sub-freezing temperatures are forecast in the Sacramento region this week. And when the cold hits, there will be more to worry about than turkey, frozen pipes or frost-bitten plants.
Barbara Hodges, a veterinarian and consultant Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association in Davis, hopes that residents won't forget one other big responsibility: The need to protect cats and dogs.
The cold on Thanksgiving morning is expected to dip to 28 degrees, the lowest on record for the holiday, the National Weather Service reported today.
The effect of cold on pets can be as physically devastating as for human beings.
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