It is often believed that if animals grow thick fur during autumn, thicker than the previous year then the winter is expected to be colder than the previous year.
Our family cat Tatu has been growing fluffier than the previous year. And she has also been growing fatter as animals often store fat to keep warm during winter. Not to forget that they become lazy as well.
Winter is definitely getting colder!
In the picture is Tatu basking in the morning sun.