Many Maine communities have received over 6 or 7 feet of snow in just the past 30 days and needless to say, the snowbanks are extremely high. This played a factor is a cat almost meeting her demise in Houlton.

Anna, the cat, was found nearly frozen in a snowbank, is coming back to life.

The cat is recovering at the Houlton Humane Society and is eating five cans of food a day.

The cat was left at the shelter by someone who found Anna outside two weeks ago laying in a snowbank at night with the wind chill of 25 below.

Shelter officials say that Anna will likely suffer permanent damage and that her ears are actually going to fall off due to frost bite.

The woman who found Anna will set her up in a new home once she's fully recovered.

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