Kitten found on airport Adopted by kind security officer

Millions of people passing through Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport every year, the security team is used to surprises.

last week, airport staff discovered a traveler who had bypassed security without a boarding pass: a lost kitten.

What they weren’t expecting, however, was to find a tiny stray kitten wandering all alone on a terminal ramp.
It was a busy night, and there was no sign of a mama cat or kitten siblings. It was a dangerous place to be.

Operations staff spotted the kitten wandering around the airport on the terminal ramp.

They cleaned the kitten up, gave it food and water, and cared for it overnight.

While the kitten was a little scared, he seemed to know he was in good hands. And no one can blame the security officers for doting over their surprise visitor. Just look at that cute face!

hankfully, the kitten didn’t have to wait long to find a forever family.

The next day, the word had spread and public safety officer Wes England stepped forward and adopted the kitten.

He knew his family would feel the same, so the dad of two made the decision to adopt the adorable stray.

His family named the little guy Boeing, like the airplane, and he’s being called Bo for short.

He told WKLY that his family — including wife Katrina and their two children: Hailey, 14 and Gage, 4 — have been big fans of their new furry friend after welcoming the kitten into their home.

we aren’t interested in why or how it happened, little Bo just happened to be in the right place at the right time.

🙂 happy ending.

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