Firefighter Adopts Kitten He Rescued From Yard Debris Pile

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A fire and rescue crew from Forest Grove Fire saved a tiny kitten that was buried in a large pile of yard debris, but the story didn't just end there.

Crews received a call on Wednesday from a resident who believed she heard meows coming from the 20-by-20 foot pile.

They worked for about 45 minutes of searching and cutting through vines, hedge trimmings and a Christmas tree before finding the kitten that had likely been abandoned and managed to pull the kitten out to safety.

Captain Tony Carter took the frightened kitten to a local vet for evaluation. After Carter told his wife about the rescue and showed her a photo of the little furry one, they knew right then that they were going to adopt the kitty.

“I wasn’t really looking for another cat,” he said. “But it was a hard thing to pass up.”

A tiny 4 week old kitten was rescued from a pile of yard debris.

Captain Tony Carter and his crew worked for about 45 minutes to find the kitten and got the little one out to safety.

 

He took the kitten to a local vet for evaluation. When he shared the rescue story with his family, they knew right then that they were going to adopt him.

Photos by Forest Grove Fire. Source: Oregonlive.

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