Stray cat was spotted alone in the middle of highway. A motorist passed by and knew he had to help

If you saw a cat by the side of the road, what would you do? Well, if you're this man from Singapore, you turn your car around and rescue it. What a hero!
Masz was driving his son to a local park when he saw this poor white cat huddling by the side of the road. He couldn't stop right away, so he took the next exit and turned around so he could go back for her. She's very lucky he did!
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She was a stray cat, which actually means something different than a feral cat. According to Alley Cat, a stray cat has been socialized with humans at some point, but a feral cat never has. This little girl was a stray cat, which meant she was okay with him touching her and was accepting of being pet, which a feral cat wouldn't allow.
He rushed her to the vet to get her treated for any injuries, which ended up being a fracture and a few small cuts. In Singapore, according to The Culture Trip, they refer to the stray cats as "Community Cats," and everyone works together to keep them fed. How sweet!
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After healing up, this sweet girl found a forever home right away. Who could resist those eyes? We sure wouldn't be able to!
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