ELYRIA, OH (WOIO) - Driving in rush hour you're thinking about getting to work on time. That's exactly what was on the mind of Dara Taylor. Until she saw what she thought was a small chunk of ice on the road near 57 and route 113.
"I came up closer to it and it moved. It freaked me out," said Dara Taylor. "I went to scoop him up and it was kind of glued to the road pavement from the ice and stuff."
Then she heard the most heartbreaking sound, "you could hear him crying this forlorn cry of sorrow and it broke my heart."
"He has a cough that's part of a kitty cold," said Shelly McDonald.
He also has an upper respiratory infection.
They have named the four-month old kitten "Frosty" and he is making definite improvements.
"We know he is on a good path because he is becoming more alert, he's purring and his body temperature is back to normal," added Shelly McDonald.
A normal looking cat with an extraordinary story. A story that ends with Frosty in a warm and happy home.
Dara wishes she could take Frosty home, "if it wasn't from my allergies he would be at my house."
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