You Won't Believe Where This Tiny Kitten Had To Be Rescued From By Firefighters
It can be hard enough to find little cats when they're in easily accessible places, so these firefighters REALLY had to go above and beyond when searching for this little kitten. Find out more here!
The Fort Lauderdale Fire Department in Florida got a bit more than they bargained for when they were called upon to find a kitten that could be heard somewhere in a house but never found. After using thermal imaging cameras and heat sensors, the firefighters had to cut a hole in the wall to let the little kitten who was trapped there out.
According to the firefighters, the kitten was most likely born to a stray cat in the attic or was taken there for safety by its mother. And while they never like to let a rescued animal go without a home, this time, there were no firefighters or family members available to take the little one in this time.
A lot of our guys adopt them. Cats and dogs. One guy even has a parrot. It’s pretty funny. My poor mother’s taken in more cats than I know. We always try to find a home for them.
So, now, this little fellow is heading to a no-kill animal shelter. If you want a cute little kitten with a penchant for adventure, soon you'll have to look no further than this cuddly one! But now, what we'd like to know is...