A North Carolina man was returning home after a hard shift. The man worked in the ER and it was his job to save people. But on this day, he had something unusual to do — save the life of a small kitten. In the grass by the roadside, the man spotted a kitten that was just heading for the road. The kitten was so small that it could not walk yet, but it was already crawling quite well. Realizing that the kitten was not aware of the danger and was not going to stop at the road, the man stopped and put the baby in his car.
The man brought the kitten to his wife, an animal rights activist. The kitten was immediately fed and warmed at the shelter. While some volunteers took care of the kitten, others went to the place where he was found to find his mother or other babies. But there was no one else at that place.
Sar Kelly, one of the volunteers, decided to take care of the kitten. She already had experience nursing these babies. The kitten was so small that it took a lot of time and effort to bring him out: a special diet, proper regimen, a certain temperature. Kelly had to watch the baby not only during the day, but also at night. The woman named her ward Bear Grylls. But most of the time she just called him Bear.
The kitten turned out to be a big fan of eating. While eating he purrs and growls so loudly that it seems that such a baby is simply not capable of making such loud noises. The cat has an excellent appetite. He seems to be able to eat a lot more than his own weight. Kelly and Bear quickly became best friends. The kitten is very reluctant to let the woman go to work and meets her with great joy. Recently, the baby has a favorite toy. Thus Kelly tried to brighten up the minutes of their separation for the kitten.