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...and this little kitty got stuck!

PUBLISHED: 10:12 16 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:27 30 June 2010

And this little kitty got stuck!

And this little kitty got stuck!

THEY look cute as can be, but one of these little kittens has a nose for getting into trouble.

The ginger and white tom, pictured with his brothers and sisters, had to be rescued after getting into a sticky situation.

THEY look cute as can be, but one of these little kittens has a nose for getting into trouble.

The ginger and white tom, pictured with his brothers and sisters, had to be rescued after getting into a sticky situation.

He was discovered by Melanie Westgate stuck between two walls close to King Street in Great Yarmouth.

Luckily Melanie was able to catch the kitten in a cat trap after a couple of days of being out of reach.

Melanie had been looking after the kitten's stray mum for several weeks before she had her litter.

She said: “The poor little thing had been crying all night - it was horrible to hear, but luckily he was no worse for wear.”

Mum and her offspring are now being well looked after by Cats Protection League adopter in Hemsby before being found permanent homes.


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