A Canadian worker rescued 3 kittens after they were found freezers on the road from Drayton Valley in the state of Alberta in Canada, a region currently facing very cold weather.
Canadian worker Kendall Deuch found that cats left on the road could not leave the road because two of them were stuck in the snow.
The worker poured the warm coffee that he had prepared for himself, on the tail of the two cats to be able to thaw and release them.
Deuch posted a video clip on his Facebook account, saying, "Today I found these three colleagues on a back road near an oil well. It was likely that someone threw them here. The painful and bad thing was that they froze with snow, so they had to Stay there all night. "
The video, taken last Wednesday, showed Deuch as he approached cats in the snow, and he could be heard speaking on camera saying: "Look at these little kids ... it's okay ... it's okay. You are frozen in the snow. Were you here all night?"
Deuch explained that he took the cats to his home and provided them with food and water. "I brought them home to feed them and water them, and they seem to be in good health now."