Animal Relief Foundation (ARF) of Jennings reminds pet owners to take proper precautions to keep their pets protected from this week’s winter temperatures. Pets should once again be taken inside this evening, as another hard freeze warning is in effect. “If it’s too cold for you outside, it’s too cold for your pet,” ARF member Donna Fontenot reminded pet owners. Pets should also be given plenty of water, as it’s important to stay hydrated during unusually cold temperatures. To report anyone who is not properly caring for their animals during the cold spell, contact your local police department or Jeff Davis Parish Sheriff’s Office.  Pictured below, Amy Guillot’s hairless cat stays warm next to its heater, while ARF volunteers took puppies inside last night to avoid the freeze.

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