Target: Robert Ramberger
Goal: Praise man for saving the life of an abandoned kitten on a highway
Recently, Robert Ramberger was recognized for saving the life of an abandoned kitten on a busy highway in Kansas City, Kansas. Kittens were being thrown out the window of a moving car to be left to die on the highway, and Ramberger prevented one of the doomed kittens from meeting this intended fate.
Robert Ramberger was driving along on the highway in Kansas City when he witnessed a shocking scene of a driver throwing kittens under his car while driving around 70 miles per hour. Ramberger risked his own life when he pulled over on the side of the road and ran onto the highway to save the helpless kitten. He took the distressed kitten to the Humane Society of Greater Kansas City, where it recovered and will be available for adoption in a few weeks. The kitten, who is now named “Rambo,” sustained a few bruises and a scarred nose, but otherwise is healthy.
Unfortunately, acts such as these involving animals being condemned to death through various vicious acts, such as intentionally abandoning them on highways to die, are not that uncommon. Every year, there are numerous instances of animal abuse through intentional highway deaths. Please sign the petition below to applaud Robert Ramberger’s valiant act, and raise awareness for the need to counteract unjust and cruel acts against animals.
Dear Robert Ramberger,
It was inspiring to read about how you had valiantly saved a kitten on a highway recently in Kansas City. You risked your own life by going onto the busy highway, and Rambo is very lucky that you were there to save him.
Thank you so much for being a great Samaritan and saving the abandoned kitten from certain death on the highway. Abused and helpless animals rely on people like you to be their saviors, and more people should act as you did when action obviously needs to be taken.
I look forward to hearing more success stories such as yours. Thank you again.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Austin Prickett via okcfox.com