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Abandoned Kittens Swam Toward Humans To Seek Help On River

Okay, it’s no secret that cats are born to hate water. But then they desperately need something, these strong-willed critters can totally do magic!

Jason Frost and Brandon Key were two lucky men who got the chance to witness these amazing cats in action. They first headed out to the Black Warrior River in Alabama to catch some fishes, but what they actually caught was definitely beyond their imagination!

Both of them were thrilled to see a ginger tabby kitten smoothly swam toward them like a dog.

“Y’all are not gonna believe what is swimming toward our boat.”


Credit: Jason Frost

The kitten still looked a bit scared, but he was glad that he got help. To the two men’s surprise, he was not alone. The second one showed up not long afterward.

“It was a kitten, and a second soon followed as well.”


Credit: Jason Frost

It was clear that they were abandoned together.

“Some jackass probably put them out here.”


Credit: Jason Frost

“This puts a new spin on the term ‘catfishing’.”


Credit: Jason Frost

With the help of the two kind men, these charming cuties later found themselves a loving forever home real quick. They were named River and Warrior – sounds purfect, right?

You can watch their now-viral video here:

H/T: BoredPanda

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