Rescue workers of-furred some much-needed assistance to a mouser in the mountain west.
Paramedics performed CPR on a cat rescued from an inferno at a Colorado home early Wednesday before returning the animal to her owners, officials said.
South Metro Fire Rescue said firefighters responded about 5 a.m local time to the burning home in the suburban Denver city of Littleton, and no humans were injured.
The fire was largely confined to the home’s garage and exterior, officials said.
The fire rescue authority tweeted an image of a fireman caring for the cat.
Davies Update – Photos show the heavy fire conditions firefighters were faced with when they arrived. The fire is now out and the damage is mostly contained to the garage and exterior. 1 cat was rescued, paramedics performed CPR, she is awake and reunited with her humans. pic.twitter.com/h2NDE53tc2
— South Metro Fire Rescue (@SouthMetroPIO) October 23, 2019
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