This story is billed as an epic 2,000-mile journey taken by a cat to rejoin his family family.
But this story is really about the kindness of Europeans, not just toward a lost cat, but toward the Muslim refugees they’ve taken into their respective countries — a kindness that is too often repaid with ingratitude, insolence, and outright criminality. See:
- Muslim ‘migrants’ in Germany masturbate & defecate into public swimming pools
- Elderly German woman being harassed by Muslim refugees
- Afghan migrant, 16, rapes worker at Belgian asylum centre two weeks after attending a course on how to treat Western women
- Muslim migrants mean rape, violent crimes, social instability & revolution
The cat is a white Turkish Van named Kunkush.
Kunkush and his human family of six — mom and 5 children — fled from war-torn Iraq, reaching the Greek island of Lesbos (origin of the word “lesbian,” by the way) in November 2015. That month alone, 100,000 ‘refugees’ had arrived on just that one island.
In the turmoil, Kunkush got separated from his family, who moved on.
So Kunkush found himself on the streets — alone and miserable.
Someone eventually took Kunkush to a vet.
Two months later, a kind volunteer named Amy took the cat to Berlin. Amy said Kunkush was quiet throughout the plane flight, not making even one sound.
In Berlin, good-hearted volunteers started a social media campaign and a GoFundMe page to try to find Kunkush’s family, who had settled in snowy Norway.
On February 12, 2016, Kunkush was flown 2,000 miles from Germany to Norway to finally be reunited with his human family, who wept tears of joy.
H/t FOTM‘s josephbc69