This RSPCA inspector wasn’t afraid to get his fingers grimy with a view to rescue a kitten who have been caught up a chimney for 4 days.
Matt Brown controlled to unfastened Lola after a gruelling 4 hours rescue after she were given caught 8ft up the chimney of her house in Crosby.
Mr informed the ECHO: “We were given the decision at 8.30am and we in the end controlled to unfastened her at 12.30pm. By the point we were given her out, we have been utterly coated in soot – however getting her safely freed was once price a filthy uniform! She got here out having a look bedraggled and dazed.
“Lola have been trapped up there for 4 days. Her proprietor first of all idea she had long gone lacking – nevertheless it wasn’t till she heard her crying that she realised she was once throughout the chimney.
Lola lives in Fairfield Force, and had no longer lengthy been followed by means of her proprietor ahead of she made her approach up the chimney. It’s idea she would possibly had been searching for a spot to cover after changing into bewildered by means of her new setting.
Lola was once taken to the RSPCA’s Better Manchester Animal Health facility, the place she can be checked over, microchipped and neutered ahead of going again to her new house.
The rescue, which came about on Friday, was once filmed by means of Channel 5’s The Cat Rescuers, and can characteristic at the display later this 12 months.
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