CLEARWATER, Fla. (FOX 13) - These firefighters really are the cat's meow!
Clearwater Fire Rescue responded to a home on Nicholson Street to rescue three kittens and their mother after the felines got stuck between the walls of the home's attic on Saturday.
Crew members from two stations cut a small hole into the ceiling to retrieve the tiny kittens, who appear to be newborns.
"We are here for all of Clearwater — even the four-legged types," firefighters wrote on Twitter.
We truly are the cat’s meow — and here is proof. Crew members from Station 45 and Station 51 were able to rescue three newborn kittens and their mother after they got stuck in between the walls of an attic at a house on Nicholson Street. pic.twitter.com/WuXq7QBLRl— Clearwater Fire & Rescue Department (@clearwaterfire) March 30, 2019