Kitten rescued from inside the walls of DC home

A D.C. fire truck and ambulance are seen in this WTOP file photo. (WTOP/Dave Dildine)

A two-week old kitten was rescued in Southeast D.C. after it became stuck inside the wall of a house Sunday.

The cat got stuck in the walls of a house on Bruce Place in Southeast D.C. after it had apparently fallen from an upper floor of the house to the basement, according to D.C. Fire and EMS.

Firefighters were able to find the cat and safely return it to its owner unharmed.

Teddy Gelman

Teddy Gelman became Morning Drive Producer in February 2020. Prior to that, he worked as a weekend producer and an assistant producer after joining WTOP in 2018. He’s also filed news stories on-air, anchored sportscasts and produced for the WTOP traffic team.

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