Stuck between two walls, tiny kitten safe at spcaLA

Thank MEOW to Los Angeles County Fire Station 170

Los Angeles, CA – Trapped in a utility closet at a property in the South Bay, a tiny kitten named Ross is safe at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles (spcaLA) thanks to the quick work of firefighters from Los Angeles County Fire Station 170.

“The little kitty got herself stuck between plaster and drywall, with only her head sticking out,” said Craig Ross, Fire Fighter Specialist. After removing the kitten from the wall, firefighters took her to the spcaLA South Bay Pet Adoption Center.

Kitten doing well at spcaLA

“We named her Ross in honor of the fire fighter who saved her,” said spcaLA President, Madeline Bernstein. “It is so heartening to know that our first responders have compassion for even the smallest among us.”

Ross looks to be about 7 weeks old, and is currently being held at the spcaLA South Bay Pet Adoption Center. spcaLA will provide her nourishing food, safe shelter, veterinary care, and plenty of TLC until she is ready to be adopted.