Alyssa Weber and Josh Stott were enjoying their serene morning at Josh’s parents’ barn. But something was coming up to be a big rescue mission.
Alyssa heard an odd bird-like sound in a high-pitched tone ran across the farm. Soon enough, with her own cat experience volunteering at Big Cat Rescue, she realized it was more of the meow from a tiny kitten.
She rushed about 200 ft. to the neighbor’s property and seemed to find the source of the sound was coming from a shed. However, the family had no relationship with the man next door, and no one should trespass this private land. The couple was alerted that there lived a large guard door.
According to Emma, Josh’s sister, this bird sound was there the night before. That meant the critter had been crying for about 15 hours.
With Mr. Scott’s help, they asked for permission to search the shed, but the man did it himself and confirmed he found nothing. Alyssa couldn’t help her will to rescue the little crier. She planned to trespass, but Mr. Scott went ahead of her. He found a furry neonate crying under the witness of the man who owns the shed. Finally!
The little cat got saved and named Birdie for her unique voice. She is now receiving food, care, and lots of love from her rescuers. Soon she will off to her foster care and forever home.
Birdie may have the voice that rings your ears, but nothing can stop this kneading lover from being an amazing cat lately.