Three black kittens found in a roadside snow pile in Cormack few days ago.
Clyde Compton, a delivery man who was driving a truck of milk through a snowstorm in Canada when he spotted a strange black pile in the middle of the snowstorm. At first, he thought that it was a piece of clothing but on second glance he saw a heartbreaking scene.
There were three tiny black kittens were covered in ice and snow, huddled together trying to survive. The poor kittens had probably been thrown into the snow from the road and had to face the freezing. At that moment, Clyde knew that he had to save the poor animals from the snowstorm. He quickly jumped from his truck and rushed through the snow to their aid.
Compton picked the kittens up and drove them back to his home 12 miles away, where his wife and daughter were waiting to warm up the poor kittens. Luckily, all the kittens were doing well after being warmed.
His family already has four rescue pets (two cats and two dogs), so they got in touch with a local animal rescue group called Deer Lake Kitty Rescue to care for stray kittens and transfer them to a shelter.
After being saved the little lives were named after their rescue: Flurry, Shiver and Stormy. They are now in the care of the Newfoundland West SPCA, where hopefully they will soon find their forever home.
Staffs at the shelter make sure that whomever brings these beautiful felines home won’t be disappointed because they are indeed special little souls. Please share this heart-warming story with your friends and family members!
(h/t: The Dodo)