Hope for Paws heard of a cat that was stuck inside of a long drainpipe. When the rescuers arrived, they lit a flashlight to look into the pipe … Seeing the kittens, rescuers realized that they would need to work quickly and efficiently to save a small family, and they returned the next day with the necessary equipment.
“Water could enter the pipe, and these kittens had no chance to escape,” said Eldad Hagar, founder of Hope for Paws. To consider more carefully, the group attached the flashlight and the camera to remotely the managed machine, and Hagar watched the footage on the screen of the mobile… “I saw someone used a typewriter on the remote control to save cats,” said Hagar.
“It’s great that more and more people post rescue videos.” Once it became clear exactly where the cat and her kittens are placed inside the pipe, people have started the process of salvation. The cat is after a small push run into the cage on the other side of the pipe.