Published: 14:00, 24 July 2014
Firefighters from Dartford rescued a cat from a tree this morning.
The crew were called to Kenwyn Road at 11:13am to assist with Bella who had got stuck.
According to a Kent Fire & Rescue spokesman, her legs got stuck in tangle of branches.
Firefighters helped pull the branches apart and got the cat down and the crew left the scene by 11:49am.
The spokesman added: "All went purr-fectly apparently."
Owner Claire Paterson said: "She was completely wedged, bless her. No idea how she managed to get herself in such a position, silly cat.
"Luckily she is fine now. No lasting damage thanks to the amazing firefighters. They were absolutely brilliant and I can't praise them enough."
Bella is now inside and sleeping.
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