Re: Keeping cats warm in the winter
You don't mention where you live. Does your local climate have freezing winters? If yes, you really shouldn't turn off your thermostat. You might come home to broken pipes and severe damage to your walls, floors, furniture, and personal belongings. Yes, it can be costly to heat your home, but you need to consider the price of major home repairs and replacing your furnishings. Also, you probably have priceless items that could never be replaced.
I know about this from my own experience. Many years ago, I foolishly turned off my heat to save a few dollars. I ended up paying for new pipes, drywall, carpeting, and furniture. I also lost a cherished photograph of my recently-deceased father and his 4 siblings (no, I didn't have the negative).
Lori F. is owned by:
Sadie, the four-legged dog
Martin, the three-legged cat
Paul, the two-legged husband