A little kitten clings to a couple of sanitation workers who rescued him when he was inside a garbage bag, thanks to his multiple meows, he now has a very comfortable life in his new home.
Last Monday seemed like a normal day for William Montero and John Kase, workers at the New York Department of Sanitation. As they went about their daily routine in Queens, picking up trash bags and tossing them into the back of the truck, they heard a series of meows.
Kitten clings to its rescuers
Both workers kept hearing the insistent meows coming from a garbage bag, so they thought it was an abandoned animal. When they opened the bag to investigate, they found a little kitten who was very scared, his heart was beating very fast and he needed help.
Somehow a heartless person had put him in the garbage bag and left him on the sidewalk, but thanks to the workers he was rescued just in time. They were surprised, and decided to search through all the garbage for other cats to make sure there were no more abandoned.
After searching for a while in the truck’s compactor, they did not find another abandoned animal, something that somewhat lightened their day.
The little kitten was a little nervous about the ordeal, but was glad to be safe and secure with the workers. The two companions tried to put the little feline in a cardboard box to transport it, but it always escaped climbing or crawling.
He’s a climber. We couldn’t have him there.
Although the kitten was still too scared, John decided to hold it to his chest to calm him down a bit and the therapy turned out to be very effective. While hugging one of his rescuers, the little boy slowly showed his true personality.
John and William are animal lovers, so they decided to name the little kitten Hopper, after the back of the truck.
They then contacted Noah’s Ark Animal Rescue to inform them of the kitten’s situation, and the shelter immediately decided to help them and took the feline in.
At the shelter they estimated that little Hopper was about 10 weeks old, and that he had an upper respiratory infection. Hopper received the medical care he needed to overcome his health problems and later moved into a wonderful foster home.
The kitten began his recovery with a loving family and little by little he is making progress in the comfort of his new home. Thanks to the help of sanitation workers and rescue center volunteers, Hopper is on the road to a full recovery.
“We only did what I hope every normal human being will do.”
The workers decided to visit Hopper and brought him a bed and supplies, keeping him comfortable until they can find him a forever home.
Luckily, Hopper now has a promising future ahead of him, and he’s sure to find an ultimate family soon.
A sweet rescued orange kitten was transported to a veterinary hospital in Massachusetts, USA. The boy was found wounded alone, and also had a back injury as a result of an attack he received from another animal. Regardless of the difficult experience he had gone through, the little tabby showed great spirit.
The kitten needed specialized care for his wounds, so the veterinary clinic contacted Tara Kay, founder of the Odd Cat Sanctuary , hoping she could give the little orange a little help.
He was called Murphy, and luckily he was perfectly fine despite what had happened. He was a very friendly boy, he wanted to receive love and his purrs were activated as soon as they hugged him.
Tara told Love Meow :
“We have a lot of experience in head trauma cases. He was four weeks old and weighed only half a pound. “
Kitten with a bowed head overcame all obstacles
Tara took over her care and started feeding the kitten with a syringe during the day. She took him with her to work at night to continue caring for him and feeding him to help him thrive quickly.
“His head is permanently tilted, but his eyes are clear and his vision appears normal.”
Murphy was a little hugging lover; he always wanted to be carried or carried like a baby all over the place, and he always wanted the love of everyone around him. Soon he began to gain weight and strength, his wounds were healing quite well, and in no time he became more active and explored every corner on his own.
The foster mother said:
«He is very intelligent and has the sweetest personality. He purrs all the time and loves to be held and cuddled. ”
The kitten quickly discovered his personality and became curious and playful; He had an incredible appetite and began to grow noticeably. He may have a little tilt in his head for the rest of his life, but it doesn’t at all stop him from doing things like any other mischievous and curious cat.
Murphy is quite a warrior after his visits to the vet and has fallen in love with everyone who comes close to him.
A vet named Adina, once she met him, instantly fell in love with the little boy. Murphy snuggled into her side and let out her adorable purrs.
“She wasn’t looking for a cat per se, but I think she just stole her heart. It is so special, quirky and sweet. You can’t help loving him when you meet him.
It was a great process on the way to his recovery, and Murphy now called Mr. Bean has moved into his new forever home with a loving family and has grown into an amazing teenage cat.
The charming Bean enjoys his large shark bed, receives a lot of attention and has a mother in love who takes care of everything the kitten needs.
The adorable feline has grown quite a bit since his adoption, and still enjoys attracting the attention and pampering of everyone around him, he is a great spoiled.