The Sacramento Metro Fire Department had a cautionary tweet on Friday warning ladies about climbing trees to rescue a cat. The Metro Fire Rescue video on Twitter shows the action….
B4 attempting a vertical cat rescue, be sure to not become part of the incident. 2nite in #NorthHighlands a woman (uninjured) req’d rescue by #E41C & #TR26C after climbing a 20’ ladder & then went 10’ higher up the tree & could not climb down after the cat descended on its own. pic.twitter.com/pwhldpHRx1
— Metro Fire of Sacramento (@metrofirepio) November 24, 2018
A woman in North Highlands had to be rescued Friday by Metro Fire of Sacramento after a woman climbed a 20-foot ladder up a tree and then proceeded to climb an additional ten feet once the ladder ran out.
The cat was able to make it down the tree without assistance but the woman had to be rescued. It’s never a good idea to climb trees after a cat (but it’s damn brave! – Michael). Especially when you run out of ladder and decide to go higher.
Thanks go out to the Metro Fire Department of Sacramento for rescuing the lady. A video can be viewed from the Twitter post.
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