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Cats and all warm blooded animals can get too cold. Both cold to the point that they are uncomfortable as well as even getting cold to the point that they are getting hypothermic or dangerously cold. Especially if she is used to a nice comfortably heated environment she might be more susceptible to colder weather now.
In terms of the sounds she is making in her sleep, it is really difficult to say. It could be dreams like you are thinking or it could be due to her being uncomfortable – possibly due to cold, possibly due to dryer air, or possibly due to something else – maybe even an upper respiratory infection. I would suggest bringing her into your veterinarian’s office for a check-up, just to make sure there aren’t any significant problems going on.
John Smith, DVMVeterinarian
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