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Frigid al-Marr's cat rescuers told al-Ittihad: We learned compassion and humanity from the Emirates.

Frigid al-Marr’s cat rescuers told al-Ittihad: We learned compassion and humanity from the Emirates.

Amna Al Ketbi (Dubai)

Al-Ittihad Fridge Al-Marar’s Cat Rescuers met with Hiss Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and the Ruler of Dubai, in a humanitarian gesture from them yesterday with its rescue video praising what the youth have done. It was a humanitarian act, and he tweeted on his high-level Twitter: “Merciful, compassionate, have mercy on them. Pride and joy in every expression of our grace. Beautiful city guides those who know them.” And he reached higher visitor rates.

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Ashraf Blanza, one of the cat’s rescuers, said: “Her human gesture with the cat caught the public’s attention when she was eating breakfast at a nearby restaurant before going to work. She tried, and after 20 minutes the cat tried to die down the second floor, she was scared and we were able to catch her without injury.
Blanza added: “After the cat fell, we made sure it was healthy and there were no fractures, so at night I went to my work to surprise all the social media sites that spread the video, and Hiss Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum asked about us, which made us happy And the value of what we did with it. “
He thanked Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and all those who praised their humanitarian position.

In turn, rescuer Nasir Arakkal Muhammad (from India, who works as a driver) said: “I rushed to help and picked up a cloth to get the cat down,” noting that the process took 20 minutes, and was amazed at the audience’s interaction and the speed of the video’s spread. Emphasizes the importance of compassion and kindness.
Rescuer Atif Mahmood Nawaz Khan (from Pakistan and works as a sales representative) said: “The situation to save the cat cannot be ignored and we must recover it.”
Abdul Rashid Godout (a video cameraman from India, who also works as a grocery store facing the building), made sure he took care of the cat, and was surprised that it was on the second floor and that it was hard to get. Rescuers took a cloth to save it, insisting he had filmed the video, which he posted on his Instagram page, but he was surprised by its circulation on several social networking sites, and hiss Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum posted the video clip on his Twitter page.

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