Madison Kelly, a cyclist, was racing in South Chicago.
On one of the streets where the finish line was located, several cyclists who had already finished the race at once noticed a small kitten, which hid from people under a car parked on the side of the road.
Racers pulled out a kitten and began to interrogate passers-by, if they could take care of the baby.
But there were no volunteers, and the kitten had already almost decided to leave it there on the street.
By that time, Madison Kelly had arrived, and she immediately volunteered to take the kitten into her care.
Madison used to have a cat at home, and she always adored cats.
When the girl took the kitten in her arms, he immediately climbed onto her shoulder and sat there, surveying the surroundings.
“I didn’t win the race, but I still got a valuable prize – this little stray kitten,” the girl smiles.
Madison gave the kitten the unusual name Puig, which translates from Latin as “podium.”
When the girl took the kitten to her home in her car, Puig did not want to sit on the seat and tried to climb onto the steering wheel.
And then he sat on Madison’s lap and purred there all the way.
At home, Madison bathed the kitten, fed him, and he calmed down and softened even more.
Puig was incredibly playful and active.
He constantly drags a dish sponge from the kitchen and can drag it into the girl’s bed. In the same way, he does with her socks and brings them to her on the pillow as his “prey”.
A few weeks later, Madison decided to adopt a second kitten from the shelter so that Puig would have someone to play with.
Both kittens immediately became friends.