This guy is such a legend.
We often come across others who need help. The best thing to do in this regard is to always put those who are in need before yourself. This is that one thing that makes us human. The fact that we can sympathize and help others get through tough times is the least we can do to make ourselves ”decent” human beings. But helping out shouldn’t only be constrained to humans alone, there are several others that need help, and yes! Animals come in that category too. One should look through the humanitarian lens and apply it to all forms of life. Animals, tiny or large, both are worthy to be helped by their human fellows. If you help an animal out, it’ll remember your good deeds for the rest of its life. It’ll be affectionate towards you and that affection will nevertheless be honest. Keep in mind that these beings have a heart too.
So today we talk about a biker who, while participating in a cross-country trip, saw this poor burned kitten and immediately adopted him and that little kitten travelled with him like a loyal companion throughout his trip.
“I was coming back from Born Free in California, and we had made it to Nevada”
Pat Doody, a 32-year-old biker stopped at a gas station to fuel up and there he saw a poor burnt kitten. He, in no time, grabbed the little fellow and tucked him inside his vest. “I was at this truck stop getting gas, and this little guy just needed help,” said Pat. The poor kitten found an amazing human being who didn’t just help him with the burn marks but gave him anything else he needed at the time. Thankfully the kitten recovered from its past trauma, all credits to Pat.
“I was at this truck stop getting gas, and this little guy just needed help”
“He was pretty badly burned, so I picked him up and tucked him inside my vest”
“We’re feeding him regularly now, so he’s doing better”
“He’s sort of living on the road until we get home”
“He’s been eating tuna fish out of those dry-foil packs you can buy”
This little kitten spent most of its recovery time on the road with this amazing human being. This must’ve been a great journey for both of them. What’s better than bonding with your new furry friend over a road trip? One can only imagine the great, wholesome time they both would’ve had over the road trip. The baby cat eventually made it home with Pat and ever since then, he has pretty much recovered and found a new home where people actually treat him like family.
“Party Cat” has been eating regular cat food since he got home.
“His burns are pretty much all healed up except for the little spot on his lip”
“He’s so chill”
“I’ve never met a cat so calm”
With that, we come to a conclusion to this story. We wish Pat and his new kitten sidekick the best of luck for their potential journeys to come. What are your thoughts on this story? Would you take your pet on a road trip? Let us know in the comment section below.