Heartwarming moment firefighters rescue tiny kitten

Heartwarming moment firefighters rescue tiny kitten stuck on a flyover above a busy highway in Indonesia

  • Firefighters make their way to top of Bogor City Outer Ring flyover in Indonesia
  • One member of staff tries to coax frightened kitten from ledge using cat food
  • The kitten initially runs towards the firefighter before moving further away 
  • This is the moment firefighters gently coaxed a stranded kitten to safety after scaling a flyover in Indonesia to reach it. 

    Footage captured in west Java shows a firefighter try to encourage the nervous feline towards him with cat food as the animal sits on the Bogor City Outer Ring flyover on November 30.

    The tiny kitten initially runs towards the firefighter before moving further away from him.

    The firefighter then moves closer to the kitten and continues to shake the treat in its direction in an attempt to coax the animal towards him.








    One of the firefighter's uses cat food to coax the kitten towards him after it became stuck on the Bogor City Outer Ring flyover in west Java, Indonesia, on November 30

    One of the firefighter’s uses cat food to coax the kitten towards him after it became stuck on the Bogor City Outer Ring flyover in west Java, Indonesia, on November 30

    The animal takes a few steps towards the fighter as he crouches on the ledge before running away

    The animal takes a few steps towards the fighter as he crouches on the ledge before running away  

    After multiple attempts, the firefighter is able to capture the kitten before stepping onto the fire crane and making his way back to the ground, where emergency crews are waiting for him.

    Kristian Permana of the Bogor City Fire and Rescue Service said: ‘We received reports from residents who saw the cat. Fire and rescue officers deployed six personnel to the location.’

    The specialists used a hydraulic ladder car to reach the feline which was stranded on the structure above busy roads in the city.

    Mr Perman added: ‘We had to persuade the kitten by using cat food. Finally we were able to save it.’

    The firefighter is able to capture the frightened animal and makes his way to the fire crane

    The firefighter is able to capture the frightened animal and makes his way to the fire crane

    Kristian Permana of the Bogor City Fire and Rescue Service said they were deployed to the area after receiving reports from residents

    Kristian Permana of the Bogor City Fire and Rescue Service said they were deployed to the area after receiving reports from residents

    Specialists used a hydraulic ladder car to reach the feline during their rescue operation

    Specialists used a hydraulic ladder car to reach the feline during their rescue operation

    The kitten has now been taken to the Bogor City Fire and Rescue Office where it will be put up for adoption.

    The scenes come just months after a stray kitten was rescued from a car engine by a Thai driver who heard the tiny cat meowing while he was on his way to work.

    Settachet Guedchai heard the cat’s faint cries coming from his car while stuck in morning rush hour traffic in Bangkok during his 18-mile commute on October 21.

    The baffled driver then followed the sound and was surprised to find a male kitten hidden in his engine.

    Mr Guedchai was able to coax the frightened ginger cat to a spot where he could rescue it before reaching down and pulling the kitten out by the scruff of its neck.








    Settachet Guedchai was nearing the end of his 18-mile commute when he heard the cat's faint cries coming from his car during the morning rush hour traffic in Bangkok on October 21

    Settachet Guedchai heard a cat’s cries coming from his car during the morning rush hour traffic in Bangkok on October 21

    Mr Guedchai was able to pull the scared animal out of his car

    The cat was stuck in Mr Guedchai's engine

    Mr Guedchai’s coaxed the frightened cat to a spot where he could reach it before pulling it out

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