Firefighters are working to save a cat believed to be stuck under panels of a supermarket roof.
Three crews were first seen at around 12pm at the Lidl in Quarry Hill Road, Tonbridge.
A video shows firefighters taking a piece of the roof off to try and get to the animal.
They reportedly “went up with a big net” at one point.
It is understood crews have created space to allow the cat to come out in its own time and they left the scene at around 4pm.
Two cars were blocked in when the incident began. However, they have since been let out.
Duty of care was handed to the cat’s owner, and Lidl management was aware.