Firefighters Rescue and Revive Kitten at Mobile Home Fire

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Firefighters in Bremerton, WA found a little kitten hiding in his burning home and revived him outside with the help of a pet oxygen mask.

Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue firefighters rescued and revived a kitten at a 2 alarm house fire at the  Erland Point Mobile Home and RV Park in Bremerton, Washington on Tuesday. Pictrued above, firefighter Missy Griffith gives the kitten oxygen while Central Kitsap firefighter Owen Rhodes, who rescued the kitten from the fire, provides water.

According to a post by CKFR at Facebook, Mr. Rhodes found the kitten hiding in one of the rooms of his mobile home. and brought him out to safety.  CKFR says the kitten is recovering well.

CKFR spokesperson Ileana LiMarzi said, “They treat that like any rescue and they’re just as concerned for pets as they are for human life so if they can get in there and get a pet out they will certainly do so.”









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