Kitten Found in Rubble at House Demolition Site

Life With Cats is reader-supported. We may earn a small commission through products purchased using links on this page.



A man being interviewed on Tuesday at the site of a building torn down the day before heard meows and found a tiny newborn kitten in the rubble.  The rescue was captured on video.

The kitten’s rescuer was being interviewed by NBC 24 reporter Nick McGill at the demolition site of a Toledo, Ohio building that had been heavily damaged by a deadly fire in January that killed two firefighters and was torn down on Monday of this week.

The rescuer and reporter began searching the rubble after hearing the kitten’s cries and, after moving some pieces of the demolished building, the rescuer located the kitten and brought it out to safety.

The kitten was quickly placed with a foster family.

See the rescue in the raw video shot at the scene:

2 thoughts on “Kitten Found in Rubble at House Demolition Site”

  1. The mother was probably moving them when she heard the noise starting and didn’t get to the last kitten in time…or their were others under the rubble.They should always check abandoned buildings before they demolish them..Poor baby..

Leave a Comment