Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Criminals Covered This Kitten In Concrete, But Take A Look At Her Today.

Animals are born with survival instincts to endure the harsh elements from nature. Some creatures, however, have a fighting spirit when it comes to wanting to live. One cat was drenched in concrete by some very cruel humans. It was his will power and a little bit of luck that gave him a second chance at life.

One morning Faye Richards was walking to her front door when she noticed a strange bundle in front of her house.

"At first I thought it was a screwed-up ball of brown parcel tape that had been blown onto my front step," Faye says.

One morning Faye Richards was walking to her front door when she noticed a strange bundle in front of her house.

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Little did Faye know, she was in for a big surprise!

Taking a closer look at the package, she came to a horrific realization. What was in front of her was a cat covered in concrete from head to toe. The feline was in agony, as his back and face had hardened from the concrete, and he couldn’t even open his eyes.

Little did Faye know, she was in for a big surprise!

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"It was all over his face and it was absolutely solid," Faye recalls.

"He couldn’t move. He was crying a lot and shivering. He was really cold," she explains. Shocked and confused, the mother of two picked up the cat, and began to ponder her next course of action.

"It was all over his face and it was absolutely solid," Faye recalls.

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The terrified cat did not object Faye’s attempts to approach him.

He seemed to know this stranger was trying to help him. "Most cats if you tried to pick them wouldn’t let you but I was able to just pick him up and cuddle him even though I’d never seen him in my life," she says.

The terrified cat did not object Faye’s attempts to approach him.

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Faye hoped the feline was going to be ok.

The owner of three cats herself, Faye knew time was of the essence. She needed to take the frightened cat to the nearest veterinarian promptly.

Faye hoped the feline was going to be ok.

Adam Sheridan

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