Stray CAT ‘Frozen In Fear For Days’ Is So Appreciative When Someone Stops To Help – Animal Fans World

Stray CAT ‘Frozen In Fear For Days’ Is So Appreciative When Someone Stops To Help

”He jumped into my lap right away and cried out for affection.”


Because he had nowhere to go, Capone decided to camp overnight under cover next to an office building. The two-year-old stray cat was scared and lonely, and he was wondering how long he would have to wait in a trash heap until somebody came to his aid.

Fortunately, several onlookers noticed, saving the day—and Capone’s life.

According to Meagan Licari, a rescuer from Puppy Kitty NYCity, “the workers across the street from where he was found started seeing him for a few days.” They reported that he was frozen in place and so afraid that he would hardly eat.

Despite his apparent fear, Capone allowed Licari to pet him and meowed in appreciation.

He was obviously not a street cat, Licari remarked. He had infected ears and was fully matted.

Licari had only a dog carrier for equipment, but she wasn’t going to leave Capone behind. She gambled in the hopes of bringing Capone to safety.

He quickly jumped into my lap and cried out for affection, according to Licari. I was aware of his fear, so I thought it was fantastic. He is an absolute lap kitty and the sweetest, gentlest boy.


Capone’s rescue can be seen here:


Capone voluntarily entered the carrier on his own, which surprised and relieved Licari when she assisted him.

There is no greater thrill than watching cats transition from residing in a posh NYC apartment to lying in a mound of trash, according to Licari. It is what motivates me to continue.

After being saved, Capone happily adapted to his new existence, where he was no longer required to lie on the harsh ground outside.

He is doing fantastic right now, Licari added. He is now living a spoiled life after being adopted.


Through Puppy Kitty NYCity on the web, assist Capone and his companions. Instagram.


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