Like I said, I like happy endings!
This home’s garage floor has a hollow-core concrete slab underneath it, with compartments like a honey-comb. The cat had apparently made its way into one of the segments before the garage floor was poured, 12 days earlier.
When workers realized where the cat was, they made plans to rescue the cat, because the alternative was just too grim.
Despite the cost of damages the rescue would cost, into the garage floor they went. As soon as the hole was big enough, the cat dashed away.
But there was another surprise waiting for them; several other sets of glowing eyes shined out of the darkness. It hadn’t been just one cat, but a mother and her litter of three kittens. The kittens were extremely malnourished, and the 12-day darkness left little Crete blind.
Read the entire story. There is also a video that I cannot copy here. Bravo to the workers for rescuing them! Purrs to them!
Welcome to the world, Crete! Purrs to you too!