A Cat Was Born Under The Stairs Of A Building Some People Rescue Them
It was hard for anybody to reach the four very ill young kittens that a stray cat gave birth to under a stairway, so the building’s inhabitants realized they needed to get aid right away.
When Los Angeles-based animal charity Hope for Paws learned about the imprisoned kittens, they hurried over to assist. When the rescuers got there, they discovered the kittens crammed into a tiny area that was nearly too small for anyone to fit into.
Eldad Hagar, the creator of Hope for Paws, did what he had to do and crammed himself into the cramped spot to find the kittens because he knew they wouldn’t survive without help.
The poor kittens were, of course, terrified of the gigantic human who had suddenly appeared inside their home, and tried to stay huddled together in the back of the space.
Wanting to get them out of there as quickly as possible, Hagar did his best to grab the first kitten
and one by one began passing them over to the rest of the rescuers outside the crawlspace.
The tiniest, sickest kitten of them all was the last one that needed to be saved. Hagar understood right away that the final kitten was blind and couldn’t see anything at all.
He was able to nudge the scared kitten toward him using some rubble, and then he was able to get him close enough for him to pet him and tell him that everything would be well.
After a few minutes of this, Hagar passed the last kitten out to his colleagues …
… and then slowly pulled himself out of the incredibly small area.
As soon as all of the kittens were safe and sound, the rescuers set about trying to catch their mom, too who had been watching the rescue of her babies the entire time.
Following treatment for their illnesses at the veterinarian, even the sickest of the kittens eventually regained their vision. The kittens were given the names Cabbage, Kale, Arugula, and Broccolini, while the mother was given the name Parsley. Now that everyone is happy and healthy, the family is prepared to go for their devoted forever families.
If you’re interested in adopting mama Parsley, you can contact LA Animal Rescue. If you’re interested in adopting one of the kittens, you can contact the Veterinary Care Center at 323-919-6666.
Watch the full video of this family’s rescue below: