A four-week-old kitten has found herself a new home after she was involved in a crash in Thibodaux, Louisiana as Hurricane Barry approached. Her owner was injured in the wreck.
Deputy Harry Guillot is an officer with the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office. As Hurricane Barry drew closer, the deputy responded to the crash and assisted the driver of the vehicle into an ambulance. When he returned to the car he found the kitten, who thankfully wasn’t injured.
Animal Control was called to take the kitten and keep her safe during the storm. Although Barry was downgraded to a tropical storm shortly after making downfall, it was still very dangerous and people. Officials ordered a mandatory evacuation for areas south of Leon Theriot Lock in Golden Meadow, including Port Fourchon.
When Deputy Guillot contacted the driver he learned she would no longer be able to care for the kitten. So he adopted her himself and named her “Crash.”
The Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office Facebook community page says they’re happy to report Crash survived her first hurricane.
Somethings are ‘meant to be’ (Facebook)Thank you, Deputy Guillot, for taking this precious kitten into your home. Some things are just meant to be.
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