RSPCA Rescues Cat from Three-Inch Gap

Life With Cats is reader-supported. We may earn a small commission through products purchased using links on this page.
RSPCA inspector Chris Dunbar pictured with the rescued cat.
RSPCA inspector Chris Dunbar pictured with the rescued cat.

A black cat from Mid Wales, England, is one lucky cat. The kitty was rescued by RSPCA inspectors after getting trapped in a three-inch gap between two homes.

The cat’s owner reported his pet in distress after discovering the mischievous feline pinned in the three-inch gap between his home and his neighbor’s home.

RSPCA inspectors Phil Lewis and Chris Dunbar went to the home located in Llanfair Caereinion and helped the cat regain his freedom.

The animal rescuers cleared debris from the gap and lured the kitty towards them. Slowly, the cat crawled towards one of his rescuers and as soon as the cat was within arm’s reach of the inspector, the man pulled the cat out of the tight gap.

Once free, the cat was returned to his relieved owner.

Leave a Comment