Feral cats Willie, left, and Frankie, right, relax with the warmer cat condos and blankets on the front porch on Sunday afternoon at the Hilton Head Humane Association on Hilton Head Island.  With significantly colder than usual temperatures predicted for the upcoming week, the employees and volunteers at the Hilton Head Humane Association try to ensure that the animals who generally live outdoors have methods to stay warm.
Feral cats Willie, left, and Frankie, right, relax with the warmer cat condos and blankets on the front porch on Sunday afternoon at the Hilton Head Humane Association on Hilton Head Island. With significantly colder than usual temperatures predicted for the upcoming week, the employees and volunteers at the Hilton Head Humane Association try to ensure that the animals who generally live outdoors have methods to stay warm. Delayna Earley
Feral cats Willie, left, and Frankie, right, relax with the warmer cat condos and blankets on the front porch on Sunday afternoon at the Hilton Head Humane Association on Hilton Head Island. With significantly colder than usual temperatures predicted for the upcoming week, the employees and volunteers at the Hilton Head Humane Association try to ensure that the animals who generally live outdoors have methods to stay warm. Delayna Earley

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