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Freshly Tucked And Cozy Kitties Galore

Winter is coming and we're not prepared! The days are getting shorter and so much colder, the only thing that's making us smile these days are the ideas of crawling under the warm covers, drinking some hot tea, and reading some new books! Oh, and of course, tucked-in kitties

When it comes to the cold, cats are the first to locate any source of heat, and one of our personal favorites is when that source is under a blanket. Why? Because it's honestly the sweetest and most adorable site on Earth. Tucked in kitties bring us warmth just by looking at these adorable sleepy and content kitty faces. 

We hope you're feeling warm and cozy right now, and if not, then these faces will definitely get you there! 

tucked in kitties - thumbnail of two pairs of cat feet sticking out from blanket Kittens get hot feet, too
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It's So cold in Florida That Iguanas Might Start Falling From Trees

Only in Florida... As temperatures drop to unusually low levels across south Florida this week, the National Weather Service warned residents to keep an eye to the sky. "Don't be surprised if you see Iguanas falling from the trees tonight as lows drop into the 30s and 40s," the NWS said. Iguanas, which are cold-blooded lizards, slow down and stiffen up when temperatures drop to a certain level. It's at this point they tend to lose grip of trees. The NWS urged Floridians that while they may be stiff and motionless, the displaced iguanas are not dead"

Iguana falling from trees in Florida | Falling Iguanas Possible Tonight Iguanas are cold blooded. They slow down or become immobile temps drop into 40s. They may fall trees, but they are not dead.
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