Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

He Finds Three Young Kittens By A Dirt Road, But They Aren’t What He Expected Them To Be!

What would you do if you found a litter of kittens alongside a busy road? Difficult, right? What if the mother was gathering food for her kittens and upon her arrival finds them gone? She would be devastated. But from your perspective, what happens if the mother is gone, possibly injured in an accident, or was chased away by another animal? Deciding the right course of action can be an ordeal because you have so many factors to put into consideration.

Hamdan Shibli was facing a dilemma. Should he taken the kittens and risk separating them from their mother?

Hamdan Shibli, an 18-year-old, was on his way to work when he discovered three kittens on the edge of a dirt road terrified and huddling together. While many would have cared very little to stop and check on them, Hamdan did stop and yearned to save the fragile looking kittens. He waited for some time to ensure that the kittens were not being separated from their mother. Seeing no sign of her return, Hamdan decided to move the felines to a nearby bush and left for work.

Hamdan Shibli was facing a dilemma. Should he taken the kittens and risk separating them from their mother?

Hamdan Shibley

Then a strange revelation occurred when he posted photos of the kittens online.

Shortly after, he posted the pictures of his encounter online, he learned that these weren't in fact some ordinary domestic cats. They were a special breed. These were Jungle Cats!

Then a strange revelation occurred when he posted photos of the kittens online.

EERC Sofia Zoo / Wikipedia

Jungle Cats are medium sized cats also known as swamp or reed cats.

Jungle cats or Felis Chaus are found mostly in China, the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central and Southeastern Asia. Contrary to domestic cats, it is a large, long legged feline with sandy brown, reddish or grey coat lacking spots. It lives in swamps, wetlands etc. Due to the destruction of wetlands for construction and other purposes, these cats are losing their habitat, making it difficult for them to survive.

Jungle Cats are medium sized cats also known as swamp or reed cats.

Dibyendu Ash / Wikipedia

Now Hamdan had to return to the dirt road and rescue the litter of kittens.

Hamdan rushed back to the spot where he had hidden them under a bush. They were weak, pale, and covered in ticks. One would have to be heartless to leave these vulnerable tiny balls of fur on their own in this selfish world. Unfortunately, their mother had still not returned.

Now Hamdan had to return to the dirt road and rescue the litter of kittens.

Hamdan Shibley

Hamdan had choice but to take matter in his hands.

He couldn’t just leave them alone. He put them in a basket and took them to a veterinary clinic for immediate medical attention.

Hamdan had choice but to take matter in his hands.

Hamdan Shibley

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