LONDON — A London cat is lucky to be alive after he was found stuck on an 8-foot tall fence by a good samaritan last Friday in the middle of the night.
The person immediately called the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), according to Metro.
RSPCA deputy chief inspector Nicole Broster showed up on the scene and called in the London Fire Brigade for a helping hand.
The firefighters helped remove the upper part of the fence, and then transported to the cat to the nearest vet for surgery.
The two fence posts luckily missed the feline's vital organs. One pierced his back leg, and the second went through his abdomen.
It's crazy the cat is still alive, even crazier he's up and walking around already.