On an afternoon in June, Nguyen Thanh Binh, 24, received a phone call altering him to a cat stuck in a drain on Hanoi’s Ngoc Hoi Street for four days.Arriving three hours later kitted out with medical supplies, Binh commenced rescuing the cat from a Red River sewer.”The cat fell down from the ninth floor of a residential building before getting stuck in the sewer. She nearly drowned trying to keep her head above water for four days,” Binh said before taking Mia (Sugarcane) to the vet for a check up. Binh inspects one of the rescued cats. Photo by VnExpress/Thanh Hue. Though the feline’s health has improved, her chronic pneumonia is here to stay.Mia is among 200 cats that have been rescued and treated by Binh, from northern Ninh Binh Province, in the last six years. He is currently the owner of Ngao’s Home, a cat cafe and rescue center for injured felines in Hanoi’s Thanh Xuan District.The man found his calling six years ago when he was admitted to Hanoi Architectural University. Once, to learn more about the “cat industry” in Hanoi, he traveled to a local market in Ha Dong District, known for selling cats and dogs.The… Read full this story
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