Cat’s Second Chance At Life Is Used To Nurse Sick Cats Back To Health


Radamenes is a gorgeous black cat who lives in Poland.  He was battling a severe respiratory infection that nearly killed him when he was brought to a shelter.   The team was originally unsure if they could save his life.  However, upon hearing him purr after receiving affection, vets decided to take a chance on him.  Amazing, Radamenes bounced back but even more miraculous he began do do something incredible for other injured cats who were brought into the shelter.

Radamenes nursed them back to health.  Yes, it’s true.  And we’ve got the photos to prove it.  The people who work at the shelter noticed that Radamenes was talking to the sick animals, even cleaning and hugging them. He would stay glued to their side, knowing that they needed a friend to be there.

Radamenes has even become a celebrity at the shelter where he nurses animals.  People from all over are coming to see the “angel cat.”  We couldn’t be happier that vets decided to take a second chance on this sweet animal, so he could fulfill his destiny of bringing joy to other animals who desperately need it.  Enjoy the pics below!




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