Stray Cat Shivers From Cold Weather Yet Follows Two Hikers to the Top of the 10,000 ft Mountain

SWNS shared photos of an amazingly resilient cat hiker who did not stop at any obstacle, to reach the top of the 10,000 ft mountain with random two hikers, Cyril and Erik Rohrer. In search of company and comfort, the stray cat never left their sight. After the men have noticed she was shivering in the cold snow, they’ve picked her up on their shoulders and carried her to the top. You can even watch a video of this fascinating cat hiker posted by SWNS. The snow was falling heavily upon Mount Britsen, Switzerland, and out of nowhere there, she was. Lurking and making sounds behind the tree, far away from people and warmth that she obviously needed. It turned out the cat was lost, as the family from a nearby town was searching for her. The cat traveled a long way, finding herself lost following various hikers along the way. “It was 4:30am, at around 1200m, when we heard a cat in the dark forest. She made a really scared and confused impression,” Cyril shared. That was just a half way to the top. “But we couldn’t get rid of her while walking uphill. So she stayed with us up to over 3000msl. ‘She started to shiver and her paws began to bleed from the hard snow. Sometimes we picked her up and carried her when she was too exhausted to walk uphill anymore.” Luckily this story has a happy ending, as hikers took good care of the cat. They’ve handed her to another group of hikers that have returned her safely to her owners.

“Sometimes we picked her up and carried her when she was too exhausted to walk uphill anymore,” the hikers shared.

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“She started to shiver and her paws began to bleed from the hard snow.”

It turned out the cat was lost, far away from her home.

She was just looking for some company and warmth.

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The snow was falling heavily upon Mount Britsen, Switzerland.

In the end, two hikers handed the cat to another group of hikers…

And the cat was returned home safely after the wildest adventure of her life.

via [Metro.co.uk]