Dublin firefighters have rescued a cat from the Liffey

first_imgDublin firefighters have rescued a cat from the Liffey The “feisty feline” has been passed over to the care of DSCPA. Short URL Share957 Tweet Email5 Mar 21st 2017, 7:57 PM 15,015 Views By Gráinne Ní Aodha We were able to assist @DublinSPCA this morning on the #Liffey with the retrieval of a stranded cat at Burgh Quay. Tara St firefighters..1/2 pic.twitter.com/xiC3uxZgpC— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) March 21, 2017 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlecenter_img https://jrnl.ie/3299749 30 Comments Source: Twitter/@DubFireBrigadeDUBLIN FIREFIGHTERS HAVE rescued a cat from drowning after it got into difficulty on the banks of the Liffey this afternoon.Members of the Dublin Fire Brigade trained as rescue swimmers went out on a boat to save the cat, who was stranded out near Burgh Quay.You can watch filmed footage of the rescue here: Source: Dublin Fire Brigade/Twitter The Tara Street firefighters were able to place what they called “the soggy moggy” into a pet carrier and pass the “feisty feline” over to the care of DSCPA. Source: Twitter/@DubFireBrigadeThe black and white beauty doesn’t look too happy, but what cat would be after being submerged in water?Good thing the well-known cat-rescuers, aka firefighters, were on hand to pluck the cat from harm’s way (although this time it wasn’t from a tree).Read: Four ‘designer pups’ seized at Dublin Port after being discovered in carry on luggageRead: John Paul the rabbit needs a home after being abandoned near the Papal Cross Tuesday 21 Mar 2017, 7:57 PMlast_img

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