Tiny feisty kitten now recovering at BC SPCA after being trapped under rubble for 2 days | Globalnews.ca

A kitten has a new chance of life after surviving for two days trapped under the rubble.

The BC SPCA, who now takes care of the kitten, said a Good Samaritan overheard the kitten crying near their property in Surrey.

Following the cries along the fence, he came across a pile of debris and saw the head of an orange kitten.

“The neighbor tried to coax the kitten with food and water but had no luck,” said Mark Vosper, Regional Animal Welfare Manager (Lower Mainland & Fraser Valley), BC SPCA, in a statement. “He then contacted us for help.”

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A BC SPCA animal protection officer arrived and could hear a loud meow coming from an area containing thick brambles, piles of wood with exposed nails, rocks and concrete.

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With the help of the neighbor and the owner, the officer managed to clear some of the brambles and debris and reach the kitten.

When they pulled him out, they realized he was trapped under a large chunk of concrete and rock and was unable to break free, according to the BC SPCA.

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Vosper said the feisty orange tabby cat was extremely flea-infested, underweight, and very hungry and thirsty when they pulled him out of the debris. His mother or his siblings were not seen, so he was taken to the BC SPCA in Abbotsford and is now in the care of an SPCA foster home.

“After being stuck under a pile of debris for at least two days, this lively little survivor is now happily resting with a full stomach,” added Vosper.

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The Rubble kitten is recovering.

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The kitten, now called Rubble, will be available for adoption once her stray catch is over.

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