There are some ridiculous myths surrounding black cats, but Officer Matt Froiseth, who did not hesitate to save the life of a very lovely kitten, is unconcerned.
The Platteville Police Department officer was patrolling one of the local roadways when he heard an unusual noise that drew his attention. It was, without a doubt, a kitten’s meow.
He followed the pussycat’s call, which led him to a ditch in the route that was buried under three feet of snow. As he got closer to where the victim was, the wail became louder and louder, and he realized where the little one was.
It had been a lovely black kitten. Froiseth spotted his wide frantic eyes through the rocks and snow, and the officer wasted no time. He got to work, clearing away all of the debris and the heavy layer of ice that was putting the animal’s life in jeopardy.
Froiseth brought the young kitten with him on patrol after he was out of the spot where he was confined, to give him some warmth and help him calm down. Following the rescue, the officer returned to the Police Department with the goal of bringing the kitten for a veterinarian examination, obtaining a health certificate, and advocating adoption.
Froiseth was absolutely oblivious at this point that the cat had made his own selection and appeared to have picked his favorite human on the planet. The trip to the vet was a little delayed, but once we knew the cat was in excellent health, it was time to find the proper home.
Froiseth had a difficult decision to make when faced with the kitten’s pampering and antics. He couldn’t bear being apart from his little companion, so he gave in to his seduction and decided that he would be the one to take him home, to give him the home he deserved.
Platteville Police Department issued a post on Facebook reassuring residents of this Wisconsin town that one of its officers had not only rescued a little life, but had also opted to adopt a stray cat.