Firefighters Rescue Cat That Got Stuck Upside Down Inside A Pipe

Cat Inside a Pipe

Just when you think you’ve written about every single type of cat rescue something like this comes along and restores your faith in the fact that cats will never, ever run out of things to do, places to see, or situations to get themselves in.  I say this in laughter because thankfully this rescue turned out to be just fine.  And while many rescues end up in disaster, it’s safe to say that this one will put a smile on your face (despite this harmful picture).

This incredibly daring cat clearly bit off a little more than he could chew when he decided to sneak into a giant pipe.  After all, cats love pipes.  Why?  We’ll never know but cats just seem to be so comfortable with a nice, round, sleep dwelling pipe.  Luckily once this cat got stuck he was still about to poke out his head because someone was able to spot him.  Thankfully his head wasn’t stuck for too long as firefighters were able to get him out.

It wasn’t a fast process, as the cat really managed to wedge himself inside the pipe.

You can watch the entire rescue in the video below:

 

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