This is the moment a woman leaps off her motorbike to rescue a tiny kitten sitting frozen in the middle of oncoming traffic.
Everything seems to be ticking away as usual, with our biker complaining that stuff isn’t progressing as much as she’d like it to.
‘Jesus Christ, come on,’ she moans while waiting at a red light.
Spotting the kitten she then gasps and says, ‘OH my God! Stop! Stop!’ as cars begin to fly past the critter, missing by mere whiskers.
The woman then waves at the other vehicles, pleading them to stop just for a moment.
The biker then hops off her bike and makes a move for the kitten, which barely bats an eyelid as it is picked up.
The tiny orange kitten is escorted to the side of the road to a concerned female witness who says, ‘I don’t know who she belongs to!’
The woman then goes and retrieve her parked bike from the middle of traffic.
The biker later wrote:
This is the original video, there have been a lot of people lately (like… a lot) thinking I stole this video from someone, or reposted it from Inside Edition. Well, sorry. This is the original. Inside Edition bought usage of the video after they interviewed me at my house. As for any other channels that have this video posted, I don’t know what to tell you. Check out the other videos of Skidmark I posted if you need some kind of proof.
To clarify, again, the red car absolutely, 100% did NOT throw the kitten out of the car. It is very hard to see in this video, but on my computer it is very clear, Skids came from underneath the vehicle.
He was probably up there for warmth. So please, PLEASE! Do not initiate a witch hunt – the red car is NOT at fault here!
Still shaking! Thank you to the mystery lady that helped and all the people that paid attention and stopped, it was very appreciated. Kitten turned out to be a he, and is resting safely now.
Naming an animal in reference to perhaps its most traumatic moment yet? Seems a bit harsh if you ask me.
Still, what a remarkable tale. Way over in Manila, in the Philippines, a man by the name of Christian recently came between traffic to save a kitten from being pummelled by an onslaught of cars.
Simirlarly, he then took the cat in and the two hit it off. Baby, which he later named the cat, was then handed over to a neighbour in the Navotas district of the city.
I’m glad I was in the right place at the right time when the cat needed help.
I noticed the kitten in the road and she was just a few inches from the wheels of the jeep.
If I hadn’t been there she might have been knocked over and killed by one of the passing vehicles.
Keep doing you, guys.
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