Can my pet be in the car with me in the winterANSWER: Just as your vehicle can become a sweatbox in the summer, it can also become a freezer in winter, so it is recommended that you not leave your pet unattended in a vehicle in the winter or summer. The cold temperatures can cause hypothermia, and your pet could literally freeze to death.
Also, regarding your vehicle, it is a good idea to honk your horn before starting your car in the winter, as cats will crawl up onto warm engines and if you don’t believe me, stop in my office and say Hi to our clinic cat that has only 3 legs.