The animals of Winter Storm Beth

    A dog licks its lips during Winter Storm Beth Jan. 28, 2019, in Ripon. (Photo submitted by Ric Damm)

    (WLUK) -- Winter Storm Beth has been difficult for people to handle, and animals are also having to adjust.

    Whether it's wild animals or pets, the snow and cold make an impact.

    FOX 11 viewers shared lots of photos and videos of snow-covered dogs with us.

    Some pooches like to run in the snow.

    Others like to dig in and see if they can find any treasures.

    For birds, it's a different story. Wild birds have to find their own food.

    Some get a little help from humans.

    Birds perch on feeders during Winter Storm Beth Jan. 28, 2019, in Green Bay. (Photo submitted by Christina Pallini)

    While others have to look for a meal a little bit bigger.

    A hawk perches on a branch during Winter Storm Beth Jan. 28, 2019, in Fox Crossing. (Photo submitted by Mark Miller)

    It's a similar story for squirrels. Sometimes they can find a little bit of shelter, and maybe a morsel to eat.

    A squirrel finds a nugget to eat Jan. 28, 2019, during Winter Storm Beth in Kewaunee. (Photo submitted by Lyn Griffey)

    And then, there's cats.

    Socks got to enjoy the view of Winter Storm Beth while staying nice and warm.

    Socks the cat watches Winter Storm Beth from a warm spot Jan. 28, 2019. (Photo submitted by Vicki Lind)

    How are your furry friends dealing with the storm? Share a photo or video with us here:

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