Lucky she has nine lives!
A cat named Teddy was found alive in the rubble of a house six days after it collapsed due to a deadly gas explosion.
This breed, a moggy ragdoll breed, was presumed dead from the March 13 explosion — which killed a 68-year-old Welsh man — but was miraculously found almost a week later.
Teddy’s owner Claire Griffith-Bennett, 49, and her son Ethan, 14, were both taken to hospital after the blast, with Griffith-Bennett recalling that the cat was sitting next to her at the time – and she feared the worst.
An RSPCA spokesman said “there was concern that he may not have survived the explosion”.
Their other cat, Fern, and a puppy were also rescued.
Rescue workers discovered the fluffy kitten in the rubble the next day but were unable to get her out.
However, police and rescue workers worked “tirelessly to try to catch” the cat, despite the “serious condition” that resulted from the explosion.
However, when his owner was released from hospital on Sunday, March 19th, she returned to his South Wales home to look for him – and Ragdoll reappeared when she whistled for him.
Rescue workers said Teddy “was a dusty, little cross” after the ordeal, but was unharmed and reunited with his owner.
The family’s neighbors were overjoyed at the rescue.
One woman said, “It’s such a relief to have some good news, despite such a terrible accident.”
Another agreed it was “absolutely wonderful news”. “So happy to be reunited with his owner. Well done to everyone involved in his search and rescue.”
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