Cat trapped and saved from falling off high rise building
The BBC video explains Singapore’s problem with feline high-rise syndrome. The beginning of the video shows some cats in the most dangerous of positions on the outside of high rise blocks.
As more than 80% of Singaporeans live in high rise apartment blocks, the SPCA sees about five instances of apartment cats falling from various heights weekly. This is about 250 cats per year.
About 50% of the cats who fall these great heights die on impact with the ground.
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