Two cats rescued after being trapped in rubble for over two weeks!
These two miracle cats have been pulled out of the rubble two weeks after devastating earthquakes hit Italy. (Scroll down for videos)
On Friday, a cat named Pietro was spotted buried underneath the wreckage of Amatrice.
"For sixteen days, he lived in conditions that were incompatible with life, without food, with very little air, with a few drops of rainwater. And yet, despite all that, the cat Pietro survived," ENPA said.
They believe that the kitty survived by drinking rain water dripping through the debris.
The kitty was terrified (naturally) when firefighters tried to free him, so they covered his eyes with a towel to calm him down. He was in poor shape but after a trip to the vet, the kitty is expected to make a full recovery.
Watch the incredible rescue of the first cat in the video below:
A day earlier, another cat was found trapped under the rubble in the town of Accumuli.
The cat was meowing desperately for help when firefighters arrived. He was put into a carrier with food and taken to a safe place.
Watch the rescue in the video below:
The cat got some much needed cuddles from the caring firefighters before being transported out of the devastated area.
Both kitties are being cared for and are expected to make full recoveries.
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