Tuesday, December 29, 2015

RIP White-Hearted Kuwaiti Police Officer

There should be more people in the world like this.  (And his small act of kindness should be an every-day occurrence, but unfortunately, most of the time, it isn't.)

Heaven must have needed another angel

Arab Times, December 28, 2015

A first sergeant of the Interior Ministry died when his vehicle toppled on Mitlaa Motorway. The remains were taken to Forensics for autopsy. It is noteworthy the photo of the deceased officer went viral on social media last year while he was giving water to a thirsty cat.

August 14, 2014

A Kuwaiti sergeant heading a police patrol in the Gulf emirate abruptly stopped off the road and stepped out of his car to give water to a little cat after noticing it was swaying of thirst in the scorching summer heat.

Sergeant Mashari Al Anzi used his own water bottle to give water to the cat, which appeared in a picture to be drinking avidly to quench its thirst on that day when temperatures were close to 50 degrees.

The Arabic language daily Al Watan, which published the picture, described what  Al Anzi did as a “humanitarian gesture required by everyone.”

Source:  LINK

RIP, White Heart.

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