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Ask your local health department. Where I live the health department says the indoor temp must be at least 63 degrees. It doesn't matter what the temp is outside.
There are laws, but I am not sure of that they are in your area.
in UK there is no minimum. buy yourself some infra red heaters, cheap, peanuts to run and give a focal point for the cat to sit in front of.
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I live in the USA. During the day it cannot be lower than 65 degrees, and at night no lower than 63 degrees. If there is no change immediately, call the city or village for help. Also, after January 1st 2007, a carbon monoxide detector MUST be installed in all residential housing. Detectors must be within 15 feet of all areas designed for sleeping. This is the landlords responsibility to buy and install, and the tenants must be shown how to test the unit and replace batteries. After that, it is up to the tenant to maintain the unit. If the unit at some point in the future does not function, then the landlord must replace it.