A kitten was rescued by a stunt crew after they searched all over the place for him.

Sid the kittenDr. Iris V. Hood

About per week in the past, Jason Mello, a stunt performer, was working in a residential neighborhood in Queens, New York (on the set of FBI the TV sequence). When he got here down from the roof of a constructing, he would periodically hear a kitten crying.

“It sounded really young and in distress, but I couldn’t pinpoint where it was coming from,” Jason advised Love Meow. “As the day went on, the crying got louder and there were a few cries.”

Jason apprehensive that the kitten is perhaps caught in a fence or damage. When he wasn’t wanted for the set, he instantly went to seek out the kitten. “I looked around in the backyard with the help of Shane Geraghty and Ben Rezendes (from the stunt crew).”

A stuntman jumped over a fence to rescue the kittenLittle Wanderers NYC

After looking out across the space, they positioned a tiny tabby within the yard behind the home the place the set was, and the kitten was on the opposite facet of the fence.

Once Jason bought a detailed have a look at the kitten, he was shocked by the deplorable situation. “The kitten was incredibly small, curled up next to some bricks and there was a dead raccoon about a foot from him.”

Without hesitation, Jason utilized his acrobatic abilities to the rescue. “I grabbed a plastic bin from my car, and hopped the fence, while Shane and Ben helped me safely get the kitten over the fence and away from the area,” Jason advised Love Meow.

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Little Wanderers NYC

“We kept the kitten warm with some towels and tried to give him some water but he was unable to drink. Word slowly got around set and Rebeccah, a very wonderful props person, was able to facilitate everything for the kitten very quickly.”

She bought in contact along with her native animal rescue, Little Wanderers NYC, and located a fosterer who was geared up to look after the neonatal kitten. Shane then volunteered to move the tabby to his foster dwelling.

purrito kitten

Dr. Iris V. Hood

“They (also) searched for the cat mom but didn’t find her, and left a note with the neighbors in case anyone spots her,” Dr. Iris V. Hood, a volunteer of Little Wanderers NYC, shared with Love Meow.

The kitten whom they named Sid, was dehydrated, ravenous and lined in fleas. “I was able to give him a gentle bath and comb out all the fleas. The night I got him, I stayed up all night and made sure he got fluids in him,” Dr. Hood added.

happy kitten tabby

He is so glad to be secure and likedDr. Iris V. Hood

The subsequent morning, Dr. Hood, who teaches science at a highschool, needed to go to work for her 8AM class. She traveled dwelling between lessons to maintain the kitten fed and cared for.

Watch Sid the kitten on this video:

Kitten rescued by stunt crew


With round the clock feedings, loads of TLC, and help from the resident cats, Sid is placing on weight and getting very energetic.

sleepy tabby kitten

Dr. Iris V. Hood

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“Now, he is eating and digesting his food well. He is making steady weight gains every day,” Dr. Hood shared with Love Meow.

Dr. Iris V. Hood

Sid has come up to now in only one week. He is gaining plenty of muscle power and placing his legs to good use. He will cuddle as much as his foster mother after every feeding or playtime, and purr himself to sleep in her arms.

sleepy kitten

Sid fell asleep in his foster mother’s armsDr. Iris V. Hood

The candy tabby won’t ever spend one other day on the streets. He resides the life as a spoiled indoor kitten with every part he needs at his fingertips.

Dr. Iris V. Hood

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