Man Gets Creative To Free 3 Abandoned Kittens Trapped In Ice.

Not all heroes wear capes. Some are just regular people who do regular things… and just so happen to have some warm coffee on hand.

Kendall Diwisch of Alberta, Canada, was out and about one cold day when he noticed three tiny kittens meowing. It didn’t take long for him to realize they were in trouble!


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Their tails were trapped against the snow beneath them. Kendall guessed they had been abandoned by someone on a back road and said the “poor things were frozen into the ice, so they had to have been there all night.”


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In a video posted online, we see that Kendall is able to get one of the kittens free pretty easily, but the other two are really stuck. Thinking quickly, Kendall goes back to his truck for his coffee and carefully pours it over the frozen area to melt it. Eventually, he’s able to free all of them!

Then he took them home to warm them up and get some food in their little bellies.


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After making sure they were safe, Kendall asked his friends if anyone wanted to adopt them. He posted the request with a video on Facebook, and people quickly started sharing his story.

It didn’t take long for all three kittens to find a loving forever home with a family that had recently lost their own beloved cat.

In an update, Kendall said, “All three little rascals went to their new home today where they get to be together instead of separating them. All three are eating and drinking and very energetic.”


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Because of Kendall, these adorable kittens are receiving the love and affection they deserve! It just goes to show that one act of kindness can make an incredible difference.

Watch the sweet rescue in the video below, and be sure to share this heartwarming story with your friends.

Posted by Kendall Diwisch on Wednesday, January 22, 2020


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