Fire crew comes to the rescue of kittens trapped between two walls in Grimsby

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A kind-hearted crew of firefighters came to the rescue of two kittens that were stuck under a pile of rubbish and wedged between two walls inside a property in Grimsby.

Shortly before 2.30pm on Friday (July 5), Humberside Fire and Rescue were called to an address on Hainton Avenue with reports of concern for the two kittens.

The animals had became stuck underneath a rubbish pile that was wedged into a gap between two walls.


But thanks to the tireless effort of the rescue crew, they were released safely and uninjured, and left in the care of a local cat rescue centre.

A spokesperson for Humberside Fire and Rescue Service said: "We received a call before 2.30pm and were on scene within four minutes.

"We sent one fire engine and quickly found two kittens that had become stuck underneath a pile of rubbish that had wedged in a gap between two walls. Both kittens were released uninjured and left in the care of a local cat rescue."