When Myra Amado of Wareham, Mass, heard strange noises that sounded like crying coming from her back yard, she searched for the source for two days to no avail. Finally, she looked in an out-of-the-way spot near a shed and found a tiny kitten with its head poking out of a t-shaped pipe, according to MSNBC.com.
Amado was unable to get the petite orange tabby cat out of the pipe herself, so she called her local fire department. The group applied some vegetable oil to the pipe and was able to remove the feline, who was fine except for a broken paw, the news source reports.
The cat, dubbed Piper by workers at the nearby animal shelter, was also treated for dehydration.
What a trooper! When you adopt a furry friend and give them a loving home, there's no way to know what crazy adventures they had before you came into their life!
According to the Humane Society there are nearly six to eight million cats and dogs who are entered into shelters each year.