A few nights ago, a friend spotted a disabled kitten hiding under a car at a mall parking near my home. She sent videos to many rescuers asking if anyone could help this cat who had a missing paw and would not survive independently. Here they trap stay animals and kill them. I saw the message at 5 am when I woke up. I was to sit down and do my chanting.
I felt this kitten needed my help now and that I must drive there. It was a needle in a haystack. A cat will not hang around all night waiting to be caught. Maybe she was trapped and killed already.
I drove off with a cage, a can of tuna and a heart full of hope. Upon my arrival, I realized that the massive parking lot was empty, being early morning, and there was no sign of life anywhere. I drove in circles for a bit covering the vast ground, and then walked around for a while, meowing, hoping the kitten will hear me.
Miraculously after some time, the handicapped kitten emerged from the engine of an abandoned car meowing and walked straight towards me as if she had been waiting for me. Anyone who rescues animals can tell you that chances of this happening are very rare, especially with cats who are masters at hiding.
The kitten is now home after a visit to the vet, and we have named her Tumi ❤️
Helping those who can’t speak for themselves brings joy!