If you were to find an animal injured or in distress, would you stop and render aid to it or choose to walk away?
Thankfully for one cat at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), it was found by a kind Malaysian man who was catching a flight who saw that it was bleeding profusely.
Injured cat spotted bleeding at KLIA
The cat was first spotted by a man who was about to catch a flight at Terminal 1 at the third floor of KLIA, where he saw the feline was injured and left a bloody trail across the floor.
Knowing he couldn’t simply abandon the poor cat, he quickly snapped a photo of the cat and sent it to his wife, who then reached out to the animal rescue group Wagging SOULS.
Taking to their Facebook page to share the incident, the animal rescue group wrote:
Dear Wagging SOULS followers, my husband is taking a flight today, so just now, when he got there (KLIA), he saw a cat bleeding and he took a photo and sent it to me. He even informed the workers there but they didn’t seem to care much. Please, can anyone help this baby, please and thank you.”
Cat adopted by airport staff
Not long after, staff from Malaysia Airports caught wind of the Facebook post and moved quickly to the cat’s rescue.
In a Facebook post, it wrote that the operations team rushed to the scene where the cat was first found and one of the staff named Rahman agreed to take care of it and send it to the vet.
In the latest update, Wagging SOULS revealed that the cat has since found a home of its own after an individual stepped into adopt it.
Towards the end of the post, Malaysia Airport added:
May the services of all parties who helped this cute cat get rewarded well for helping animals in distress.
Kudos to those who rescued the cat and gave it a forever home to stay in!