The cat runs into the burning building over and over again to save her babies.
This cat continued to live a measured, familiar life in one of the Brooklyn garages, until someone set fire to this old garage.
The firefighters who immediately arrived at the call noticed that the cat was running towards the burning building again and again, each time dragging about a month old baby in its teeth.
Moreover, the mother cat was not handed over, she again and again threw herself into the fire, having previously taken the next kitten to a safe place.
The ears and whiskers of the cat were burned, the paws were charred, the cornea of the eyes darkened, but she threw himself into the fire five times in a row until the last, fifth kitten was safe. And she could not do otherwise. Only one could fit in her teeth.
Shocked by such dedication, firefighters immediately took the cat to a veterinary clinic, where she was rescued and abandoned.
By the way, the kittens settled down very quickly. And after all the medical procedures, Scarlett was taken home by a woman named Karen Wellen, who, in an interview with representatives of the Animal Welfare League, said that she would take care of her as if she were her own child.
And she kept her word. The cat lived with her for 13 years, no longer knowing any worries or dangers, only occasionally shuddering from experiences.