Click the link above for the source of the article. Great stuff about a kitten being rescued.
Question: What does it take to rescue a kitten?
Answer: Two fire trucks, 5 firefighters and 250 gallons of water
PARKERSBURG, W. Va. - It took two fire trucks, five firefighters, several animal rescuers and about 250 gallons of water to rescue a 2-pound kitten.
Animal control officers tried coaxing the gray tabby out of a storm sewer drain with encouraging words and food Monday before giving up after about an hour and a half.
Firefighters tried banging tools on one end of the pipe and flashing lights Monday night in hopes of driving him out the other end — but that didn’t work either.