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Published:November 2nd, 2016 17:16 EST
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Meet Monk the Vampire Cat

By Robert Paul Reyes

"She rescued the cat, whose real name is Monk, as a malnourished kitten from the side of the road.

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`My mother and I were driving home. He darted in front of the car and we nearly hit him,` Rienzie recalled. `We pulled over and there sat a tiny kitten, alone. He was very tiny, very skinny, filthy, flea infested with severe conjunctivitis in both eyes.`

`At first I was trying to find him a home. A friend of mine was interested,` she added. `At that time however, I needed rescuing as well. I had lost my father to brain cancer and a close friend in a plane crash. I was grieving heavily and dealing with chronic pain from [a car] accident. I believe he was sent to me. A guardian angel in the form of a vampire kitty.`

As Monk started getting older, Rienzie noticed that his teeth were growing into a long, fang shape."

ABC News


What a heartwarming story, a Good Samaritan rescues a malnourished sickly kitten from the side of the road, and the feline ends up rescuing her from depression.

There are dozens of healthy kittens available for adoption at your local animal shelter, they are guaranteed to bring joy and love to your life. There probably aren`t any vampire cats available for adoption, but they are all unique and beautiful in their own way.

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