His name is Trooper and he is lucky to be alive.

The injured cat has definitely used up one of his nine lives.

He spent more than 24 hours frozen to a driveway in Stephenville Crossing on Newfoundland's west coast in Canada, before being rescued.

Trooper was so cold that a vet could not get a reading when he tried to take his temperature.

Gwen Samms of the Bay St George animal shelter says Trooper may have been hit by a car.

The cat has a broken pelvis and nerve damage, and the animal shelter is looking for donations to help pay for Troopers treatment.