Italian Coast Guard saves Kitten with CPR

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A baby cat was found floating in the water in the Italian port of Marsala. The cat was retrieved from the water by an officer that had jumped into the water upon seeing it.

The officer began mouth-to-snout rescue breathing and chest massages.

After several minutes of CPR, the cat let out a weak meow, and started moving. The cat was then brought to a vet who declared him to be in good health.

Port authorities adopted the cat, and named him Charlie.

(via People and EuroNews)

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