A cat who managed to get stuck in a narrow gap between a wall and conservatory had to be rescued by firefighters.
Ollie the tabby cat was so tightly wedged in that a crew were forced to cut a hole in the wall of his owner’s home to free him.
Photos snapped by the fireman show the cat, of Broadstairs, Kent, looking sheepish after being saved yesterday.
Taking to social media to share the successful mission Kent Fire and Rescue said: ‘Ollie the cat is thankfully feline fine after crews rescued him from a tight spot in Broadstairs this weekend.
‘The curious fluffball found himself stuck upside down, between a conservatory and a wall.
‘With help from our Technical Rescue team, crews created a hole in the external wall and rescued the poor puss, who was passed back into the care of his owner.”
It added: ‘We do love a purr-fect ending!’
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