A Black Cat is Rescued by Firefighters in New Zealand

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Firefighters revived a black cat with oxygen after it was rescued from a house fire in Cole St, Masterton. In this photo, Firefighter Ross Hoare rescues a black cat from a house fire and gives it oxygen to help it recover.  Unfortunately we don’t have many details in terms of the name of the cat or where the cat is being held right now but hopefully its owners are relieved that to know that kitty is doing just fine.

It’s not often you get to see wonderful photos like this.   Thanks to Times Age for the picture.


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