In A Surveillance Video, They Saw THIS Walking In The Tunnel And Immediately Sprung Into Action!

Motorists noticed a tiny kitten in Melbourne’s Burnley Tunnel and reported it to the CityLink control room. There was a good chance that the kitty could’ve gotten hit by a car since the tunnel is three lanes with speed limits of up to 50 mph. Thankfully, the maintenance crew was able to rescue the kitten safely and bring him back to their control room. They kept him warm and called The Lost Dogs’ Home, a non-profit organization that cares for lost and unwanted dogs and cats.

The Lost Dogs' Home

The Lost Dogs’ Home

The kitty, who was thought to be around three months old, was extremely scared but thankfully was not injured. Aside from being covered in mud and dirt, he was perfectly healthy. They gave him a bath and a vet check, and fittingly named him Burnley. Now, he’s finally starting to come out of his shell and has a cute little personality. Since no owners came forward, Burnely was put up for adoption.

The Lost Dogs' Home

The Lost Dogs’ Home

113 people put in an application for Burnley after seeing his incredible rescue on the news. When Amanda and Hayden saw Burnley, they knew it was meant to be, as they had already been discussing getting a pet. The couple hopes this story encourages others to adopt from shelters. Watch Burnley’s incredible rescue in the video below:

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