It's pretty well-known that cats and dogs fear thunderstorms. Whereas most dogs are too large to cower in small areas, the same is not true of cats.
In rain, cats often look for the warmest and dryest areas to hide in. On the streets, this means under the hoods of cars and wedged on the top of their tires. Animals Lebanon released this photo today stressing that many cats are injured during winter because of this habit.
Many a cat has been killed due to their natural tendency to find warmth, so it is up to us to make sure to check our cars before driving off and mauling these poor little animals. I love kitties, please don't them hurt them.
(Photo via www.facebook.com/AnimalsLebanon)