Man climbs tree to rescue his pet cat but fails to climb down; watch video to know what happened next
A video of a man climbing a tree to rescue his pet cat but failing to climb down is making rounds on social media.
A video of a man climbing a tree to rescue his pet cat but failing to climb down goes viral.
In the video, a man from Oklahoma can be seen stuck on a tree who climbed the tree to rescue his pet cat.
Though he decided to rescue his pet from the tree, he didn't have any backup plan to climb down.
Finally, the fire department had to be called to the spot, and the firefighters rescued the man and his pet cat from the tree.
The rescue mission was shared by Tulsa Fire Department on their Facebook page and captioned as, “Around 3:45 pm, Captain Alan Hancock and his Engine 27 A Platoon crew responded to a rescue near S. 94th E. Avenue and E. 27th Street. Apparently, a cat climbed high up into a tree. Its owner was so concerned for the feline that he climbed up to attempt a rescue. Unfortunately, they both found themselves in a dangerous predicament high above the ground, unable to get down safely. When Captain Hancock and crew arrived and accessed the scene, they requested that Captain Jacob Inbody and the Ladder 27 crew respond to utilize their aerial device. Acting FEO Brett Allen positioned the aerial so Firefighter Jayme Brooks could ascend and perform a safe rescue. #catandownerrescue #becarefulfolks #tulsafirestation27 #paintrain #busieststationaround (sic).”
The video has gone viral and garnered 17k views, and netizens praised the firefighters for rescuing both man and his pet.
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