A video of a disabled man saving a kitten stuck in a drain emerged just recently and it warmed the hearts of everyone who got to see the incredible rescue.
It all took place near the Kota Kinabalu Sports Complex in Malaysia, when the brave man, 30-year-old paralympic athlete Abu Fathiyyaturahma Menk Abdun Mujtahid and his friend were taking a walk. Once they spotted the poor animal struggling to hold onto the concrete barrier, Abu didn’t even hesitate a bit before he got out of his wheelchair and headed to its rescue.
Fearless Abu was pretty aware he was putting his life at risk, but that didn’t stop him from proceeding with his plan to place the kitten at a safe place.
He carefully reached his arm down and managed to grab the frightened soul. Luckily, the little one wasn’t hurt, it was just scared and confused but could be seen walking after Abu put it on the grass.
The rescue was filmed by Abu’s friend who is a paralympic athlete with a prosthetic leg.
Once the video was shared on the social media, Abu got praised for his bravery.
You can take a look at the video of the rescue below.