Touching moment disabled man climbs out of the wheelchair to save drowning kitten

With everything going viral left and right, don’t get too surprised if you find yourself in a similar situation one of these days. While some of the acts deserve the attention of social media users, the rest are just lucky to take the internet by storm.

What we are here for , however, is for this special and touching act this disabled men blessed us with.

This kitten who was fighting for its life was lucky enough on a Saturday afternoon to get his life saved by Abu Fathiyyaturahma Menk Abdun Mujtahid. Yes, you read that right!

The 36-year-old does his training in Kota Kinabalu Sports Complex – where he was going that day – when in a second check noticed the poor kitten stuck in a drain.

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Despite ‘not having the use of his legs’, Abu got out of the wheelchair (like a brave man would) and moved toward the drowning kitten to take it out of the drain. He was accompanied by his friend – also in a wheelchair – who according to MNN NEWS reports recorded the whole scene of Abu reached down to the drain to get the cat out.

In the video you can see Abu trying to reach down for the cat, however, the first time he didn’t have the best position out there, being too far from the cat so he gives it another try changing the position.

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This is what Abu had to say to the local media regarding this loving act:

“We saw the kitten stuck there and knew we could not leave it. I decided to get the kitten myself because it would be more dangerous for my friend who uses prosthetic legs,” continuing “The banks of the drain were steep parts and the was is not level, so it was difficult to negotiate. But I’m glad we could help the cat.”

By the end, Abu, of course, felt really proud and happy he could give a helping hand to the kitten. He even joked about the whole situation, saying, “I hope the kitten has learned his lesson and stays away from danger.”

Such good deeds are always welcomed! May the kitten live long…