a cat remains stuck in a wall for a week before being recovered safe and sound

a cat remains stuck in a wall for a week before being recovered safe and sound
a cat remains stuck in a wall for a week before being recovered safe and sound

Perle fell between two walls on April 29 while trying to capture a lizard. It was recovered a week later, after the two concrete blocks had been destroyed.

A cat remained stuck in a wall for a week before being rescued in Créteil (Val-de-Marne), says the association for the defense of rights Stéphane Lamart in a press release on Tuesday May 7.

Concrete blocks broken by a mason

Named Perle, the feline fell into a common wall, between two properties, on April 29 while trying to chase a lizard. It took the neighborhood and Perle’s owner two days to locate her, although they were unable to recover her with their bare hands.

“The owner of one of the walls had agreed to break two concrete blocks in his garage in order to free Perle but the residents did not know how to go about it and therefore decided to call on animal protection associations including the association Stéphane Lamart”, says the latter.

The two concrete blocks were broken on Sunday May 5 by a mason to free the animal, six days after the incident. The repair costs will be covered by the Stéphane Lamart association, which recalls that it is “necessary for owners to provide an anti-rodent grid in order to prevent animals from infiltrating between two adjoining walls”.

Little Pearl is doing much better two days after the rescue, staying away from tight areas and above all “requiring lots of caresses from her owner”.

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