Three kittens that had been frozen to the ground for hours were saved by this man using his hot coffee
Coffee has been used to save lives—who would have thought? Well, there are a tonne of studies on the health advantages of coffee and how it may fight off specific diseases, so many people undoubtedly believed that.
I’m not talking about drinking coffee to save lives, though, I’m talking about pouring it. That’s accurate. the pouring. Like putting coffee on someone’s frozen tongue after they heard that persons older than 30 shouldn’t have their mouths frozen to a flag pole.
During a well inspection check, Kendall Diwisch, a Canadian oil worker from Drayton Valley, Alberta, found three abandoned kittens on a side road. Diwisch stopped to look into it and was met by a meow of pure desperation. He quickly found that the tails of two of the three little kittens were frozen to the ground.
Without pausing, the man ran back to the car to grab the only item he had that would melt the ice: a warm cup of coffee. He returned to the abandoned cats and began pouring the ice on the tails with the last of his coffee. The cute kittens automatically began drinking it, much to the man’s amazement, but not enough to cause any harm.
Unfortunately, there wasn’t enough coffee, or the coffee wasn’t hot enough, to work. Diwisch made the decision to gently pull it. He was able to rather simply free the adorable kittens from their freezing prison despite their cries of pain. Throughout the animal rescue operation, no kittens were burned or otherwise damaged.
Diwisch drove the three feline passengers home, where they were fed and given a warm bath. In order to place the little stray cats up for adoption, Diwisch also had them taken to the vet.
Later, the hero posted highlights from his adventure with the kitties on Facebook. The kittens were fortunate that he occurred to stop by at the correct time and place before they died because he assumed that they had been freezing all night.
Diwisch’s tale quickly gained popularity after being reposted on numerous social media platforms and covered by numerous news sources. The three kittens didn’t take long to find new homes. Diwisch says that he was overwhelmed with requests to adopt the kittens.
The kittens were then welcomed by a Drayton Valley family, it was later revealed in a post by the neighbourhood animal sanctuary Cause for Critters. A satisfying ending to an excellent ale. What do you feel about the rescue? See the video & Please comment below.