The kitten was trying to dodge the danger when the boy helped him.
Erin Brown and her 14-year-old son Gavin were driving down a busy overpass on their way to a birthday party when something heartbreaking happened in front of them.
The window of the car ahead of them rolled down, and before they knew what was happening, someone suddenly threw the cat out the open window.
They watched in horror as the poor tabby kitten made its way to the edge of the overpass, doing its best to dodge the danger.
Terrified at the unexpected turn of events, Erin screamed and slammed on the brakes. Erin was speechless in shock when she saw her son’s reaction.
As soon as his mother’s car stopped, 14-year-old Gavin jumped out of it and rushed to save the poor kitten.
After a few steps, he was on the side of the overpass, picked up the frightened cat in his arms and ran to his mother’s car.
Erin couldn’t believe what her son had just done, but she was just proud of his bravery.
Shortly after the rescue, Gavin returned to the car, holding a frightened cat in his arms. The poor striped one was traumatized by this event.
He also seemed to be frantically tugging at his nails, trying to grab onto the pavement.
Luckily, the cat was safe and could sleep peacefully knowing he was in good hands. Erin and her son decide to name him Lucky, a fitting name for the events leading up to his rescue.