Firefighters had an “un-fur-gettable” experience rescuing a kitten stuck between the walls of a Sydney home.
In video posted to Facebook by Fire and Rescue NSW on November 9, firefighters use a knife to cut a small hole in the wall to find the kitten before coaxing it to come through. The rescue crew used a thermal imaging camera to work out where the small feline was hiding.
“The crews weren’t kitten around and with a little coaxing, the rest is hiss-tory. Everyone is now the best of fur-ends with the happy ending to this tail,” Fire and Rescue NSW wrote in a Facebook post. Credit: Fire and Rescue NSW via Storyful