So she won’t be alone, a cop rescues an abandoned kitty and helped her.

Most cats enjoy curling up in your lap after a long day of work while you watch TV or read a book. Any cat owner will tell you how much their feline companion aids in relaxation and unwinding. While many people like the company of dogs, a cat is more of an acquired taste—one that is difficult to lose once gained.

Officer Cardin of the Lakeland Police Department in Florida discovered a little, abandoned kitten at the base of a lamppost. Cardin took the kitten and carried it to the construction site.

Sergeant Wallace carried the kitten in his arms and caressed her all night so she didn’t feel lonely.
Officer Cardin brought the chosen kitten to the station and made a bed for her out of cardboard boxes.

Sergeant Wallace, however, could not leave the cat alone because she appeared to be lonely and miserable. He picked up the baby and started to babysit her. Wallace couldn’t stop hugging the kitten all night and couldn’t bear to part with her.

Kelsey was the name he gave to the foundling, and he decided to adopt her. Wallace and his new pet were photographed and posted to the Instagram page. Over 1500 people have already liked the post.

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