Video. A disabled man got out of his wheelchair to rescue a drowning kitten


A disabled man got out of his wheelchair to save a small cat that was in danger of drowning. The man was the only one to actively intervene and was filmed in a video that shows his wonderful gesture.

Like any animal lover, nothing could prevent this man from saving the kitten.

Some people travel many miles to take an injured animal to the vet, others work for months to find a home for abandoned animals, and still others go beyond their physical limits to save a life.

Abu Fathiyyaturahma Menk Abdun Mujtahid is the protagonist of this story and he is 30 years old. The man who lives in Sabah, Malaysia, saw a kitten struggling not to drown in a drain.

The day before he had rained a lot and, probably, the kitten slipped along the edge of the canal, but, in fact, he would never have been able to get out of that situation alone.

Abu and a friend of his, who are both in a wheelchair, were walking along the road next to the ditch when they noticed the animal in distress.

Thus, the man decided that his handicap would not prevent him from saving the poor kitten.

What do you think of Abu’s wonderful gesture?

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