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Title: Cat rescuer scales new heights after family's pet climbs 70-foot tree
Post by: billyD on May 05, 2019, 11:09:11 AM
Look up, way up

Near the top of a 70-foot cedar tree in a suburban forest in Surrey BC (Canada) clings Snowbar, a one-year-old cat.

 She’s been there now for almost four days, yowling, howling, and clearly unable to get down on her own.

Her owner, Farah Chaikho, started worrying the first night Snowbar didn’t come home, and as the days progressed, she started to panic.

"I was freaking out," she said. "We need to call people to get her down."

 But who to call?

  Farah tried the fire department and said she was told it was too high, they couldn’t help.

 The family was willing to pay but they could see the logistics were treacherous — it would take a professional.

 That’s when she heard about Stan’s Treetop Cat Rescue

See the TV News report here:
 
https://bc.ctvnews.ca/cat-rescuer-scales-new-heights-after-family-s-pet-climbs-70-foot-tree-1.4399756

 


Title: Re: Cat rescuer scales new heights after family's pet climbs 70-foot tree
Post by: NedF on May 05, 2019, 11:36:47 AM
So glad he saved the cat even if he did get peed on!  :D