[Vietnam War] Soldier in Vietnam war with a cute little kitten.Vietnam War Cats Soldier jungle kittens horrendous battle snuggle inhumane.
Cats all over the world are just begging to be picked up and cuddled, and that goes double for the jungle kittens of Vietnam. While in the midst of a horrendous battle it must have been a slice of heaven to be able to snuggle with a cute little cat and pretend that you were back at home. While the jungles of Vietnam were filled with giant snakes and huge bugs, it was also home to plenty of cuddly animals.
Soldiers weren’t necessarily allowed to keep pets, but that doesn’t mean they didn’t take a breather to play with a cute cat. That would just be inhumane.
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