Snake is a kitten with a remarkable war story. He was saved by a special forces soldier from Ukraine.
Images of Ukrainian troops raising their yellow and blue flags above Snake Island in July were published by the Ukrainian military. The photos also showed soldiers adopting small black kittens. He was named after the island.
Two weeks after his rescue, Snake was taken on Friday for a walk along Kyiv’s Dnipro River. The reporters introduced him to Snake. A man told his story and saved him.
The soldier of special forces stated that the first phase of his operation involved taking a photo with a drone of the island’s terrain. While the kitten curled up in his arms, the mask was used to conceal his identity.
“The commander saw the small comrade, and made it one his mission objectives to bring them back.”
It was hard to find a kitten in a big, windy island.
The soldier said, “We thought it might prove difficult, but we were found by him.” After leaving the island, we made a report to our commander, which stated: Mission completed, no casualties. Snake, a kitten, was also present.
Snake Island is a famous place in Ukraine. This was the moment when the Russian Black Sea Fleet fleet ordered the Ukrainian garrison to surrender. This event was immortalized on a Ukrainian stamp. The ship was sink by Ukraine on the day it was published.
Snake now lives in Kyiv. The soldier could not discuss the specific living arrangements of the kitten with Snake, but Snake was content to be held in his arms.
“He is now with his loved family. It’s all fine.
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