His fur becomes tepid to the touch.
I have a miniature poodle named Oscar who is eighteen years old. He has difficulty hearing, seeing and getting around. I need to carry him up and down the stairs. My little pet is very fragile and gets cold easily. Even when the weather is mild, he tends to shiver. He gets gleeful when I offer to dress him in 1 of his various sweaters or fleece sweaters. For the majority of the year, the local weather is cold, snowy and windy. All of us need to run the oil furnace for approximately six straight months. I run the gas furnace more than necessary for the sake of the cat. I adjust the temperature control a bit higher than the two of us entirely require. It costs myself and others extra in daily energy bills, and our kids often complain of the home feeling boiling. However, the pet enjoys it. I have his little bed set up in a direct line with 1 of the heating vents. The tepid air blasts directly on him while he sleeps. He spends the majority of the morning napping in his bed with the oil furnace blowing on him. His fur becomes tepid to the touch. While the pet is enjoyable inside in perfect comfort, I bundle up in layers of sweaters, wool coat, heavy boots, knitted hat, scarf and gloves and head outside. The temperature is often well below cold and sometimes in the negative digits. I need to shovel a path through the snow to deliver a stadium for the pet to walk; Our snow accumulates in feet and is way taller than the cat.