A sheriff arrived at a 999 call and was confronted with this. Here's what happened next

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Picture: Facebook / Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office

It took a sheriff’s deputy, multiple construction workers and some friendly neighbours – but a cat trapped in a very compromising position was successfully freed.

The poor cat, whose name is Bella, was caught at the top of a garage as it closed, and workers had to remove some moulding from the house in order to free her.

Picture: Facebook / Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office


Somehow, miraculously, she survived completely unscathed.

Mike Scott, the deputy sheriff for Louisianna who was called to the scene, wrote on Facebook:

Never in all of my years was I prepared to encounter what I saw upon my arrival.

The neighbours were very helpful as we cautiously removed the upper frame moulding that allowed some space for us to remove the cat. With a joint effort with neighbours we were able to remove the cat alive.

Then, Bella’s owner arrived home and got quite a shock when they found this: 

Picture: Facebook / Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office


Here's Scott's full post: 


That's eight lives left Bella, choose wisely. 


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