Hot Coffee for Three Kitties

This is a moving, heartwarming story, shared by Kendall Diwisch, a Canadian working in the oil industry. During a routine well inspection, he found three kittens, literally frozen to the spot, having probably been abandoned. The poor creatures had faced Arctic temperatures during the night and had found themselves with their tails frozen in the ice early in the morning.

Kendall’s quick thinking came to the rescue, at the cost of his morning coffee. By posting the story on social media, Kendall was hoping to find the kittens a new refuge, after having taken the frozen trio into his home temporarily … the post went viral and adoption requests came flooding in.

https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-us-canada-51230017/man-uses-warm-coffee-to-rescue-kittens-frozen-to-ground

https://www.bbc.com/news/av/embed/p081b4v9/51230017

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