Biker hailed a hero for risking her life to save a tiny kitten on a busy road
An orange-furred kitten was lucky enough that someone noticed it's small frame in the middle of the street.
The female biker waited at a red light for her to move forward at a busy intersection. Vehicles drove across from left, right, and in front of her as she exasperatedly said: "Jesus Christ, come on."
In the YouTube video, which is found below, she seemed to have noticed the small animal at around the 30-second mark.
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A large truck was the first obstacle she tried to thwart from hitting the tiny kitten. After that, a black van drives over it.
But the description pointed out that the kitten had been facing sure death since about the 12-second mark.
Upon seeing the kitten she yelled: "Oh my God! Stop! Stop!"
When the biker successfully stopped all vehicles from driving over the endangered cat, she got off her bike, scooped it up, and ran over to a woman on the sidewalk.
"I don't know who she belongs to!" The woman exclaimed.
Then she went back to her bike and drove around to meet the woman. She told the woman she'll "be glad to take her."
The woman is also beside herself with relief that the kitten was saved.
According to Economy Chat, the biker expressed that it was not the red car that dropped the kitten, as suggested in the YouTube caption and in the comment section.
She then thanked the "mystery lady" that assisted her, as well as the other drivers for stopping. Most importantly, she let the public know that the kitten, who is a he, "is resting safely now."
Source: YouTube/ BikersPost.com
Back in early September when Hurricane Florence hit North Carolina, one man and his kitten were thankful when News & Observer reporter Andrew Carter rescued the pair.
Meet Robert Simmons. Was stuck in his house since last night, when floodwaters began to rise in New Bern. A boat came and rescued him just now. He was sad to leave his father but left with his kitten hugging his neck. Cat’s name: Survivor, Simmons said. #HurricaneFlorence2018 pic.twitter.com/vRR3lANDJe— Andrew Carter (@_andrewcarter) September 14, 2018
Carter photographed the team as they rode in his boat through the floods. Since then, the man, Robert Simmons Jr, and his kitten, "Survivor," have turned into a symbol of hope and resilience for those affected by the storm.