With this extreme cold, the Atlantic County SPCA is warning pet owners to bring their animals inside or face the consequences.
SPCA members began patrolling the area Friday morning and will continue to do so for the next two days.
They are issuing warnings to any pet owners who has left their animals out in the cold.
The SPCA is urging that all animals be brought inside for the next 48 hours.
"Bring them in until this passes, and when this passes it will still be cold so make sure they have proper shelter, including bedding, we bring straw with us when we go out, but this is too cold even for a dog house and straw, they have to be inside," said Kate Warden of the Atlantic County SPCA.
The SPCA asks for anyone who sees animals left outside to report it by calling them at 609- 927- 9059.
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