Derbyshire fire crews rescue cat stuck in cavity wall for more than two weeks

Firefighters in Derbyshire have rescued a cat that had been stuck between a cavity wall space for more than two weeks.

Thursday, 15th April 2021, 9:02 am
Updated Thursday, 15th April 2021, 9:05 am

Derbyshire Fire and Rescue reported on Wednesday that crew from Glossop station had managed to extract the cat safely.

Working with officers from the RSPCA, firefighters removed the cat by gaining access through the floorboards.

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Derbyshire fire crews worked with the RSPCA to rescue to cat

“That's what we call a Purr-fect rescue,” remarked Derbyshire Fire and Rescue.

The RSPCA added: “Thank you so much for giving us a helping paw, to help rescue this kitty!”

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The cat had been stuck in the cavity wall space for more than two weeks
Fire crews from Derbyshire managed to extract the cat through the floor boards