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A motorcyclist in the U.S. named Laney just uploaded heart-stopping footage of a kitten stuck on a busy road whose life she saved by driving into the intersection and grabbing her.

 The biker behind the camera leaps off her motorcycle and lunges toward rushing vehicles. She zeroes in on an orange speck in the road. Coming closer, it's revealed as a tiny orange kitten. The woman scoops up the terrified kitten and rushes to the side of the road, handing the kitten to a concerned woman standing by.

"I don't know who she belongs to!" the worried bystander yells, as the biker sprints back into the intersection to get the bike she abandoned there. Oh my god," she says, back at the median, as the little orange kitten is shaking and lets out a squeaky "meow."

"You can just put her in my helmet for now," the biker says to the bystander. "If you don't take her, I'll take her to work," the bystander offers.


But it's pretty clear the motorcyclist is already in love with the little orange bundle she at first mistook for a leaf. "No I'm going to take her," says the biker. "You're ok now sweetie," she says to the tiny kitten. According to Michigan's FOX 17, she named the kitten Skidmark, and took her in. See Skidmark now, all safe and sound.
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Responses to "Woman Leaps Off Motorcycle To Save Tiny Kitten "

  1. HOLY SHIT! Great job Laney!

  2. What a lady laney!! Thank you for being there for this little one

  3. Celeste says:

    Wow, this one made me cry. What a wonderful person, and a very fortunate little kitty! <3

  4. Well done love, great bike too :)

  5. Syd says:

    Things like this renew ones faith in human beings. Thank you Laney for saving that precious little life.

  6. You are an amazing woman. Thank you for being so brave and caring. May you and Skidmark have many happy years together

  7. assissi3 says:

    Amazing, stepping up to the plate and performing a dangerous rescue. Thank you so much Laney for respecting the web of life!

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