Rose Jenkins and her dog, Jai, had just completed walking and were on their way back to their condo. Jai immediately tugged on his leash as they walked down an alley to their door.
Jenkins, who lives in Bangkok, Thailand, stated, “I assumed he got the fragrance of some food, but it was different.” “I was astonished by how jumpy and startled he was. I couldn’t tell if it was a rat or something else.”
Jenkins then discovered a little black and white kitten lying between an abandoned hotel’s wall and some rusty pipes. Because he rushed directly into the motel wall and froze, Jai may have scared the cat.
“The kitten appeared shocked, as if he was perplexed or disoriented,” Jenkins added. “I saw his ribs and how thin he was right away.”
Jenkins fought Jai’s grip on his leash, but he understood he didn’t want to injure the kitten.
Jenkins stated, “He adores kitties.” “When we had a litter of kittens, he was the finest foster mom. They were all adopted.” He was extremely interested, but I didn’t want him to scare the cat away, so I left it there while I ran Jai upstairs to our condo, crossing my fingers that the kitten would still be there when I returned. I shouted at my husband to get a cat cage and a blanket for me. ‘Oh no, what did you discover now?’ he exclaimed. “Jai found a kitten!” I exclaimed.
Jenkins could see the kitten’s ribs moving up and down as he breathed fast, indicating that he was scared.
Jenkins went down and carefully put a blanket around the kitty before he chose to leave. She then picked him up, placed him in the box, and took him up to her apartment.
The kitten, on the other hand, was quite ill, with fleas all over him, inflamed eye sockets, and a foul odor. He needed to get to the vet as soon as possible.
She attempted to hail a cab, but every driver she approached refused to transport her and the cat to the veterinarian. So she used the subway, despite the fact that animals are not permitted on the trains.
Jenkins explained, “I concealed him in a bag that I carried frontwards on me.” “I slipped through security and onto the train, praying the cat wouldn’t scream for the whole 10-minute journey.”
Jenkins arrived at the vet facility 10 minutes before it closed, but she and the cat, now called Aldous, were still welcomed.
“Many people watched his growth and stayed up with the narrative, but one family stood out,” Jenkins said. “Ethan and his girlfriend said that they had a blind female cat and would want to provide her with a companion. They understood just how to care for a blind kitten and were eager to provide the time and attention it required. They gave us photographs the first day, and I couldn’t help but cry. Aldous was put to death by the sister cat, who held him under her paw and cleaned him. Aldous started following her around and teaching himself how to ‘cat.'”
Jenkins is really happy with how things have turned out.
“The most incredible element of this story is how I might have missed this adorable cat by a fraction of a second,” she explained. “Every day, I travel the same route and at the same time, and I’d never seen him before.” He’s a true survivor. “I’m famished, blind, and covered in fleas, alone in a dark, terrifying world.”
She said, “Now he is enjoying the dream life with a family who adores him.” “I’m so pleased he made it this far and now has the opportunity to start a new life! “Every animal is entitled to a good existence.”