This rescue story is about two cats that fell into a storm drain. The rescue story was shared on Facebook by the Animal Rescue Funds of MS (ARF) official page. Members working at the Animals Rescue Funds helped in rescuing the two stranded felines.
According to the post shared by the organization, they mentioned details about how their team got to know about the cries that were heard coming from a deep storm drain. The team members from Animal Rescue Funds named Tracie and Pippa quickly reached the spot to investigate the situation. Tracie and Pippa also carried several things along with them that they would need to conduct a rescue.
The team of two members mentioned that they reached the location and pulled out the manhole cover. After pulling out the cover, they had a huge let-down on looking into the hole. They saw that the storm drain was around 12 feet below the street level and there were two kittens stuck there. One of the kittens present there was very vocal about how he was feeling. The felines was mad, cold, wet and hungry.
Tracie and Pippa rushed to find a ladder big enough to reach the bottom of the drain. After knocking many doors, they managed to find a ladder big enough. Pippa then got down into the storm drain to rescue the kittens, but one of them just ran down further in the drain.
Eventually, the kitten came back, so Pippa went down the drain again, picked up the kitty and brought it out of the drain. The rescue team of two fed the kittens and gave them the necessary medication that they needed.
Since being shared on the internet the story has garnered several reactions. People have thanked the rescue team for giving their best in rescuing the kittens safely.
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