Fire Department Frees Cat From Sewer Grate Using Dish Soap

We’ve all heard of firemen saving cats stuck up in trees before, but this story take the trope to harrowing new levels!

Fortunately, firefighters are always on call to solve many different kinds of catastrophes.

Then they are not heroically extinguishing flames or saving lives, they can also be found maintaining the environment and even posing with some forrest friends along the way.

But they are also around to save many a furry friend, whether its dogs, cats, or even deer.

TheMassachusetts Winchendon Fire Departmentmade a particularly amazing animal save when they found a cat who was stuck in the sewer grate.

The way in which the poor cat was stuck had the crew clammering for a way to free her before she suffocated.

But thanks to some quick thinking and one simple household staple, they were able to free to the kitty and continue on their way.

Check out photos of the poor caught cat below.

[H/T: Huffington Post]


The Massachusetts Winchendon Fire Department was shocked when they responded to an alert and found a poor cat stuck in the one of the small holes in the sewer grate dangling by her neck!

It is suspected that the poor one-year-old feline snuckinto the sewer then got caughtwhen she tried to get out again, proving that curiosityalmostdid kill the cat.

Two of the crew members lifted the grate and propped to to the side so the cat could breath while they pondered how they were could to get her furry head out.

But when the cat’s owner arrives on the scene, they ask them if they could bring out something unexpected to help the fastened feline dish soap!

We applied it around the cats neck, we slowly worked his head back into the grate and within a couple minutes we freed the cat, the department wrote on Facebook.

Once freed, the cat was returned to her owner and the crew got to feel good knowing that they have saved a struggling animal who needed them in a pinch!

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