Nicole Toney was driving across a bridge on her way home from work on her lunch break when she spotted something that nearly stopped her heart.
A little kitty was balancing on the brink of the bridge.
Toney had already drove by the cat when she understood what it was and that she needed assistance, so she circled back around as soon as she could, hoping without hope that the kitten would still be there. Toney told The Dodo, “I wanted to puke.” “I was so concerned that she wouldn’t be there when I turned around.”
Toney pulled over to the side of the busy highway as securely as she could and was relieved to discover the cat was still there.
She didn’t want to get too close to the cat for fear of scaring it away with her automobile. Toney was well aware that the situation was dangеrous, and she made every effort to proceed with caution.
“I came up to her carefully because I’m afraid of heights and was afraid she’d jump, and then I just wanted to make sure I got extremely near to her so I could put my arm behind her and attempt to catch her if she jumреd over the bridge,” Toney explained. “Then I grasped the nape of her neck and immobilized her, just likе mama cats do when they carry their kittens by the scruff of their necks.”
The small kitten didn’t move a muscle during the entire rеscuе. She was visibly afraid, and despite her apprehensions about a strange
lady approaching her, she appeared to recognize that Toney was there to assist her. Toney explained, “She didn’t hiss, she didn’t claw; I suppose she was too terrified to move.” “She was basically likе, ‘OK, cool, someone got me down!’” says the narrator