The P.E.I. Humane Society recently rescued a small female kitten in a precarious position from a construction site. A construction worker walking through the site heard meowing and went to investigate, only to find the kitten stuck in a drain with her head in a big water basin drain. The kitten was in a dire condition and needed immediate assistance.

Workers started cutting plastic with a shelter manager from the humane society directing them not to cut near the cat’s neck. They were able to hold the kitten upward so that she felt safe during the rescue operation. The cat was taken to the Atlantic Veterinary College, where they safely cut off the remaining plastic to free her.

The kitten, named Pisces, was found in a terrible condition and was administered fluids to prevent her from dying. She was very matted, so the staff shaved her and monitored her until she was in stable condition. Pisces is now doing much better, eating and drinking well, and getting used to her new surroundings. She will be headed to a foster home to be monitored before being up for adoption if all goes well.

The rescue of Pisces is a testament to the importance of being vigilant and reporting animal distress promptly. The P.E.I. Humane Society, along with the construction workers, worked together to save the kitten’s life and nurse her back to health. Their efforts serve as a reminder to treat all animals with kindness and compassion.

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