Cats Head Stuck In A Wheel

A gardener was left stunned when he discovered a kitten in his shed – with its head stuck through a CAR TYRE. The curious cat was heard crying for help after getting stuck fast in the alloy wheel in the shed in Birmingham. But quick-thinking RSPCA inspectors were able to pull the stricken kitten to safety – with the help of a large dose of lubricant. The ten-week-old kitten – nicknamed Alloy by rescuers – is now recovering in isolation at RSPCA Birmingham Animal Hospital.

A gardener was left stunned when he discovered a kitten in his shed - with its head stuck through a CAR TYRE. The curious cat was heard crying for help after getting stuck fast in the alloy wheel in the shed in Birmingham. But quick-thinking RSPCA inspectors were able to pull the stricken kitten to safety - with the help of a large dose of lubricant. The ten-week-old kitten - nicknamed Alloy by rescuers - is now recovering in isolation at RSPCA Birmingham Animal Hospital.

A gardener was left stunned when he discovered a kitten in his shed - with its head stuck through a CAR TYRE. The curious cat was heard crying for help after getting stuck fast in the alloy wheel in the shed in Birmingham. But quick-thinking RSPCA inspectors were able to pull the stricken kitten to safety - with the help of a large dose of lubricant. The ten-week-old kitten - nicknamed Alloy by rescuers - is now recovering in isolation at RSPCA Birmingham Animal Hospital.

A gardener was left stunned when he discovered a kitten in his shed - with its head stuck through a CAR TYRE. The curious cat was heard crying for help after getting stuck fast in the alloy wheel in the shed in Birmingham. But quick-thinking RSPCA inspectors were able to pull the stricken kitten to safety - with the help of a large dose of lubricant. The ten-week-old kitten - nicknamed Alloy by rescuers - is now recovering in isolation at RSPCA Birmingham Animal Hospital.

A gardener was left stunned when he discovered a kitten in his shed - with its head stuck through a CAR TYRE. The curious cat was heard crying for help after getting stuck fast in the alloy wheel in the shed in Birmingham. But quick-thinking RSPCA inspectors were able to pull the stricken kitten to safety - with the help of a large dose of lubricant. The ten-week-old kitten - nicknamed Alloy by rescuers - is now recovering in isolation at RSPCA Birmingham Animal Hospital.