This past weekend’s blizzard Jonas gave us a lot of things, mostly snow finally falling in Connecticut, way too many Instagrams with #Jonas, lots of jokes at the Jonas brothers’ expense, and thankfully, this cute story of a kitten rescued from the snow in Meriden.
A Meriden woman named Michelle saw a kitten’s body being plowed into a snowbank by the city’s courthouse on West Main Street. She told the plow driver and cop nearby that they were essentially running over a kitten, but no one seemed to care. So what does Michelle do?
She jumps in front of a snow plow, which is crazy and admirable, and rescued the kitten from being frozen and buried alive. Go Michelle!
The Connecticut Humane Society said the kitten, named Adalena, has a tattoo that signified she was spayed by local clinic, but she had no microchip. Adalena is currently eating, but has an upper respiratory infection from the snowplow nightmare. The Humane Society says she’ll be alright, but needs some time to heal.
The Meriden Humane Society is looking for her owner so anyone with information should call 203-238-3650.