Would you save this animal ?

An eagle-eyed driver managed to save yourself the little life of a kitten with a death wish.

The heart-stopping moment was captured on dashcam as the little cat walked out in to traffic, coming within centimetres of being crushed under the wheels of an automobile.
Filmed in Russia, the dashcam shows a car rolling up to congestion as cars pull up at a junction.



Snow and ice is seen on the ground as red car brakelights shine in the evening haze.

But, just as the driver is about to pull up to the car in the front, he spots a tiny kitten walking on the pavement to his right and slams on his brakes.


Just whilst the driver is going to pull up to the automobile in front, he spots a little kitten walking on the pavement to his right and slams on his brakes
The grubby cat is peering over and into the road as it seems to want to cross.

Completely unaware of the risk it is in, it then hops down into the road and trots across the carriageway.

It then stops at the wheel of a car as traffic in-front begins to pull off.

For a horrible moment, the kitten looks as if it is going to have its head crushed under the wheels of a red car to the left whilst the driver of the stopped car jumps out.

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He can be observed cringing as he fears the worst is about to unfold in front of him – limited to the cat to duck its head millimetres taken care of the moving wheel as the red car cause, the driver totally unaware he came close to killing the animal.

The driver is visible cringing as he fears the worst is about to unfold in front of him
But, following the incredible miss, the man scoops up the cat and another car pulls to help.

Then hands the kitten to the female driver who it seems has suggested she take care of it.

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