An Italian coastguard officer rescued a one-month-old kitten off the coast of Sicily after giving the tiny feline mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
A group of children at the port town of Marsala noticed the kitten floating in the sea, having evidently breathed him last breath, but a patrolling officer dived in to save him anyway.
Once he got the kitten out of the water, by massaging his chest and using mouth-to-mouth resuscitation just as he would do on a human, the officer managed to get signs of life and even a weak meow out of him.
Members of the Italian coastguard rescued a one-month-old kitten off the coast of Sicily and an officer gave the drowning animal mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
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When a group of children at the port town of Marsala spotted the cat floating in the sea, having apparently breathed his last, a patrolling officer dived in to save him.
Port authorities were so touched they decided to adopt the kitten, naming it Charlie.
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