Helpless Cat Survived From A Can Stuck In Her Head.

There is too many of street animal faces problems and need help like this poor kitty, that’s cat head was stocked in a can and was suffering until a man noticed that this cat is in a trouble and need some help. Even animals need help these days.


It was a small plastic drinking can but big for small kitty, and the cute cat was a blind can't see anything. Also scared if it did a little noisy for the people in that street.
That good man want really to help this pet and get it out form the can, he got a good idea, to bring a scissors to make a small hole into that can so the cat get out safety without any injury.


He asked a man was walking in that street at the same time to record a video to show it to his family and grandchildren and also to tell them the whole story of saving a life in that day, something that he proud of doing it.
In few minutes the cat escaped from that prison and run fast without even tell her saver thanks!
That’s called the real animal friend 

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Just take a look at this giant! This 220 lbs. loggerhead was wandering beside the sea when a lucky fisherman spotted him. However, it was mainly turtle’s condition that drew fisherman’s attention rather than his size. And guess what? The fisherman was right after all, the turtle did need help and it was just luck that these two met each other. The turtle had barnacles all over his body and it was a clear indication that the turtle had not been well for a long time.
According to the fisherman who caught the turtle, the poor animal couldn’t even submerge. However, he was taken into custody and The Marine Conservation Program (MCP) took charge of his treatment. According to them, it is a rare sight to ever see a turtle on Tasmanian waters. However, the turtle was given a full exam that also included an X-ray and this was just to confirm if the turtle had swallowed any plastic or a fishing gear.
Luckily, there was no sign of any plastic bag or any other thing in his body. But the next step was even harder; to remove the barnacles. He was given some fluids to ease off his pain and MCP has decided to wait when he is strong enough for that. The good news is that he is getting all the medical care that he deserves. He is a loggerhead turtle that is an endangered species since 1978.