Family found a kitten in a freshly fallen snow. A family member applied CPR and saved the kitten frozen to death.
On a Thanksgiving morning a Utah family was playing outside. They noticed a ginger kitten in the snow.
The kitten was frozen and not moving. One of the family members, Justin, quickly brought the frozen kitten inside the house.
Justin was attending some veterinary courses, so he acted quickly. He hold the kitten near the fireplace and had been applying CPR for almost an hour.
(Note: You should warm up an animal slowly. Never put them into hot water. If somebody is frozen, you put them into a cool water, to allow the body temperature adjust slowly.)
The family lost all hope. The kitten was probably stuck in the snow for the whole night. Suddenly, the kitten showed a sign of life!
Later, another family member adopted the ginger kitten.
They named him Lazarus.
Watch how it all happened:
H/T: Inside Edition