Sunday, September 10, 2017

Local Cat Rescued After An Hour Trapped In A Mailbox

Local Cat Rescued After An Hour Trapped In A Mailbox


Yup, you read that right, a local stray was found trapped in a letter box at Bukit Batok, Singapore by Ms Nurhayati Hashim as she was on her way back home. She first took notice after hearing distressed meows coming from the letter box. The whole rescue process which took place from then was stated to be about 1 hour.
According to Channel News Asia’s interview with Ms Nurhayati, she reported the matter to Bukit Batok Town Council immediately but was unfortunately diverted to contact SingPost which then told her to reach out to the Housing Board Development. She then made her way up to the unit of the letter-box only to find out that the owner did not possess the key to the letterbox, as it was with another whom was overseas at the moment.


 Watch the video here.


The Cat was eventually released from the letter box after Ms Nuhayati decided to contact the Police for help, prompting a SingPost officer to arrive on scene and unlock the back segment. Read full news article on Channel News Asia.


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