Cornwall news Tiny kitten rescued after getting stuck in a drain UK news
MetiNews.Com - Oti is now safe and well
Breaking News ! A kitten was rescued by firefighters after it got stuck in a drain by a busy road in north Cornwall. The tiny animal was located on the side of the B3262 near Hallworthy shortly before 12pm yesterday by two women in a car, who then contacted Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service. A spokesperson for the fire service said: "At 11.45am today, critical control received a call regarding a kitten trapped in a drain on a busy road. The callers stopped to make sure the kitten was safe until fire crews arrived. "Two appliances were mobilised from Delabole to this incident. One crew carried out the rescue of the kitten and one crew carried out traffic management to keep the crew safe while they performed the rescue. "The crew used their hose inflation kit to retrieve the kitten from the drain.
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On the Delabole Fire Station Facebook page, the pair who are now taking care of the kitten said he is now safe and well. They wrote: "Oti, named after Otterham Station, was taken to Penbode in Bude and given a clean bill of health. He is snuggled up and has a full belly and we will make sure he has a lovely home. He is absolutely gorgeous. "We couldn't believe we spotted him. Well done to the fire crew. They just didn't give up until this little man was safe."
Source = MetiNews.Com - Cornwall