There are certain stories that will touch your heart more than most, because they are so easy to relate to. Who among us hasn’t been forced to spend more time out in the cold than we originally wanted to? When the cat in this story was found on someone’s front porch, her prognosis seemed to be negative.
She was frozen to the core and the only movement was on one of her paws. The fact that she could still move a paw provided her would be rescuer with the slightest bit of hope. He brought her inside and provided her with a much needed hot bath. The bath seemed to revive her spirits and provide her with the lift that she needed after spending so much time weathering the elements.
For her part, Elsa seems to truly appreciate the opportunity she has been given. She is definitely smiling as her owner swaddles her in a nice, warm towel and shows her the affection that she has been missing in her life.
She starts to meow while wrapped in her towel, but these seem to be cries of approval. Elsa is simply expressing herself in the only way that she knows how. Seeing her happy facial expression as her body grows warmer just might make some viewers feel a bit warmer on the inside, too.
The life slowly begins to seep back into her body and she attacks the meal that her new owner provides to her with the fervor of an animal who has not been able to enjoy a solid meal in quite some time. We can only begin to imagine just how long she was outside for and lament the circumstances that led to her suffering so deeply.
All it took was a few hours for Elsa to start coming around. This amazing transformation could not have taken place without the help of her gracious rescuer and he deserves a huge round of applause for the sacrifice that he made on Elsa’s behalf. If you’d like to see how this amazing story turns out, be sure to watch the remainder of the clip, so that you can find out more.
Once you’ve completed the video, don’t be stingy when it comes to sharing. Spread the love as far as you can, by passing it along to your closest friends and the cat lovers in your family. After all, a story like Elsa’s does not come along every day.
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