The animal protection society 'Mehr va Oqibat' on March 16 received a report that a stray cat was stuck in a high tree for two days in one of the neighborhoods of the city center of Uzbekistan's capital Tashkent.
As per the report, the animal could not come down on its own and was meowing loudly to attract the attention of the passers-by. The local animal protection society volunteers reacted immediately and called the Ministry of Emergency Situations employees for help. At the same time, the ginger cat quietly climbed to its 'friend' and went back down.
When the Ministry of Emergency Situations rescuer, Kahramon Suleimanov, climbed a tree, the cat got on the thin branches from where it was impossible to get it out.
A fire was near this place the next day, and a fire truck came.
An employee of 'Kids plate,' Olga Vlasova, asked firefighters to help get out an unlucky animal, which could not go to the ground for the third day in a row. The rescue work was successful, and the cat was taken out.
Thanks to the firefighters' actions, the cat was rescued.
In its statement, the management of 'Mehr va Oqibat' thanked everyone who participated in the rescue operation, including the Dentistry For the Future Clinic employees.