People Have Fled This War-Torn Town And Fewer Than Hundred Humans Live Their While Stray-Cats Rule The Streets!

Amid the horror-struck suffering of pain and war, there are people whose keen hearts have completely no bound! Under the most terrible situations, they manage to aid those in need, no matter whether they are fellow humans or our furry four-legged critter, catto! One of these kind-hearted humans is – Salah Jaar. This 32-year-old man barely manages to feed himself, but he finds a seat at the table for many cats that were stranded in this town when its people fled the war-torn area. However, Salah Jaar promises to take care of the cats and even take every catto with him if the times come to leave Kafr NabI town.

Kafr NabI is a town in Syria which once homed more than 40,000 people!

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But today, fewer than 100 residents live by:

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Kafr NabI, in Syria, is located in the last rebel-held province but got torn out by months of bombing by Syrian and Russian forces – A town that housed nearly 40,000 humans once, is remained with a handful of people, who have equally dropped hopes for sunshine as has their war-torn city!

And Together With Thousands Of Stray Cats:

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Though it’s not a surprise why people love to pet cats in different parts of the world, it’s a foremost issue now, to secure these thousands of cats from suffering, “The cats need someone to provide them food and water, so they have taken refuge in the houses of those who have stayed. Each living house now has about 20 cats, sometimes even more. Sometimes, when we are walking in the street, nearly 20-30 cats are walking with us, and they even come home with us,” Salah Jaar described the condition.

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He is one of those kind-hearted people who sit with these lost cats for sharing meals and guarantees that if he would have to escape, he’d take with him as many cats as he could!

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Salah Jaar, as well as others who are looking out for straying critters, are never sure for how long they’re going to be alive because the scarcity of food, water, and other resources is a daily struggle, “Whenever I eat, they eat, no matter whatever it is. I feel that we are both weak creatures and need to help each other. And it’s comforting when the cats are closed,” Salah Jaar spoke to the British media outlet.

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