A red-faced woman had to be rescued by firefighters after climbing up a tree to rescue her CAT.
The pet owner got stuck after scaling the tree to save the kitten named Bella which was stranded on a high branch.
Both were safely brought back down to the ground unharmed after fire crews rushed to their rescue.
But following the incident in Peterborough, they warned that people should not "risk their own lives" to save a pet.
A spokeswoman for Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue said: "We know that people love animals and would risk their own lives to save a family pet or other animal in distress.
"Our advice would always be to avoid putting yourself in danger and to contact the RSPCA in the first instance."
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The driver of this car had a very lucky escape after emerging from this crash with no major injuries.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue crews were called to Histon, near Cambridge, in the early hours of this morning (Wednesday).
The driver, whose car collided with the side of a lorry, was cut out of the vehicle.
It was just an-udder normal day for fire crews in Cambridgeshire as they rescued this trapped calf.
The animal managed to get itself caught on a gate yesterday.
As the rescue crew work to free it, a watching crowd of cattle did not look amoooosed...
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Six people had to be rescued from a fairground ride - after it left them stuck 20 feet in the air.
Fire crews were called to Cymberline Way in Colchester just before 6.15pm yesterday. It took around an hour for all six to get back on the ground.
The funfair at Cymberline Meadows arrived last weekend.
Two parachutists have been rescued after getting trapped 20m in the air on a phone mast in Essex.
Firefighters were called to the A1124 Halstead Road between Halstead and Braintree just before 6pm yesterday.
It took crews more than an hour to get them safely to the ground. Paramedics were also called.
A mum her child and her baby have been rescued by the coastguard after her car became stuck in flood water on The Strood causeway near Colchester.
The rescue comes just a day after ten people were rescued from vehicles after being trapped by high tides at Mersea Island.
Thames Coastguard was called just before 2pm. The West Mersea Coastguard Rescue Team and West Mersea RNLI inshore lifeboat were sent to the scene, along with a rescue helicopter from RAF Wattisham.
The car was described as almost floating, the three were picked up by the lifeboat and taken to safety.
Even during this rescue, another vehicle attempted to cross the causeway.
I would like to again stress how important it is not to attempt crossing The Strood during highwater spring tides, as it is highly likely that the road will be covered with sea water and with it strong undercurrents.
We’ve dealt with two similar incidents in the last 24 hours. It is very lucky that no one has been hurt.
A couple in their forties have been rescued after their inflatable boat capsized in Blakeney off the North Norfolk coast. The couple had been out mackerel fishing on Friday when they were hit by a wave at dusk.
The woman who is from Perthshire in Scotland was wearing a life jacket but the man who's from Cambridgeshire wasn't. They managed to raise the alarm by setting off red flares.
The Wells inshore lifeboat and the all-weather lifeboat were called out but the couple were rescued by another boat.
The woman was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital suffering from shock. The man was unharmed.
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