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