Hi, everypawdy! I love to share happy stories with my human friends because it makes this diabetic cat’s heart beat quicker, and helps reduce the blood sugar. Or so my human thinks.
Today I get to share a story of a very happy rescue that’s near me. As you know, I live with my human and Jacey in San Diego. Well, the San Diego Humane Society shared a heartwarming story of a kitten rescue and I wanted to pass it along to you.
About a month ago, field officers with the San Diego Humane Society responded to a call of a cat meowing between the walls of a barber shop. They searched for a way to get to the cat, but found out that the cat was unfortunately trapped between the walls. Making things worse, the poor girl had been stuck there for two days.
It’s important for you humans to remember that we are nimble, agile, and fast, but sometimes, we can get ourselves into situations we cannot get ourselves out of. That is what happened here.
With no alternatives, the officers contacted the owner of the building, and got permission to cut into the wall to help the cat escape. And the fire department, which you humans love to joke always gets cats out of trees, came in and cut a hole in the wall so the officers could get the cat.
After the kitten, who was later named Karma, was released, she was immediately taken to the San Diego Humane Society’s Paws Kitten Nursery. Karma quickly grew stronger as she was given food, medicine, and lots of love.
And the best part of this story is that Karma found a furever home last week. She is just one of the nearly 2,000 kittens that the San Diego Humane Society will admit into their kitten nursery this season.
Wonderful stories like this are why my human donates to the San Diego Humane Society. If you’d like to help create some more, you can donate to them in my name. And if you can’t donate, please share this story.
Don’t you just love happy endings?