The Arizona Humane Society came to the rescue of one tiny little kitten who had managed to get stuck in an unusual place. It was hard to hear the tiny cries, but eventually the rescuers realized they were coming from the wall.
Emergency Animal Medical Technician, Andy Gallo, was called in to come and help as soon as the home owner heard the little meows. Andy realized that the kitten's mom must have moved her litter up in the attic but one of them slipped down the wall and was left behind.
"It was one of my more difficult rescues and I was surprised to find that I would have to not only cut through dry wall but also cut through concrete with my saw in order to save the kitten," Gallo told PeoplePets, "I knew I had to do whatever it took to save the kitten's life."
Finally Gallo managed to break through the wall and found the tiny kitten now named Gavin wedged into a tight spot. He was very dusty but as soon as Gallo grabbed him he started purring. He still needs to be bottle fed every 2-3 hours, but he will be put up for adoption as soon as he is big enough.