Turkey Earthquake: cat refuses to leave the rescuer who rescued it from rubble in Turkey, watch video

The devastating earthquake that occurred in Turkey and Syria in the early hours of February 6 has caused huge devastation. Many heart-wrenching videos have come to the fore so far, in which wherever one looks, only debris is visible everywhere. So far more than 41 thousand people have died in this natural calamity.

Amidst the heart-wrenching pictures and videos, some hopeful scenes have also surfaced on social media. Relief and rescue work is still going on, in which miraculously many lives have been saved from under the rubble even after several days of the earthquake.

Now this viral video is after rescuing a cat from the debris, after which this innocent animal does not go near the rescuer, but sits there on his shoulder. In the video, you will see that this cat comes close to that person and starts smelling his face. Seeing the video, it seems that this person has also become very attached to this cat, so he is treating it just like a child and he is also very gentle with it.

Watch the viral video below –

A cat was saved from under the rubble in Turkey. It now refuses to leave its rescuer’s side. pic.twitter.com/Nveaxu3QrG — Anton Gerashchenko (@Gerashchenko_en) February 16, 2023

Video got 32 lakh views

In the video, the cat can be seen close to the man and the rescuer is also seen smiling at the cat’s gesture. This clip of the cat and the person who saved it has been viewed more than 3.2 million times on Twitter so far. This cat, rescued from the rubble, refused to leave the person who saved it. This video showing the cat sitting on the shoulder of this person is going viral on social media. This video has been shared on Twitter by Ukrainian official Anton Gerashchenko.

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