A man named Craig Mcgettrick in the city of Stockton-on-Tees, England, discovered three kitten clinging to the embankment wall by the River Tees. The kittens were stuck and couldn’t move.
The man tried to rescue the kittens by climbing down the slope and pulling each one up onto the ground. However, the kittens crawled back to their original position and clung tightly to the embankment wall.
Craig Mcgettrick then called an animal rescue organization for help. When the experts arrived, they realized that the kittens had found a way to cling to the embankment wall with their claws to avoid falling into the river.
The experts used a ladder and a bag to rescue the kittens and took them to an animal rescue station. Afterward, the three kittens were cared for and nurtured to recover their health and find a loving family.
The incident was shared on social media and received many praises for the spirit of animal love and the intelligence of the kittens in difficult circumstances. Animal rescue experts also advised that if faced with a similar situation, people should call animal rescue organizations for help and avoid trying to solve the problem themselves, especially if they lack experience and necessary equipment.