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Apparently, cats have a thing for climbing behind walls. In the first video, a kitten who had been stuck behind a wall of a gas station is rescued with hopes of being adopted. Then, a cat owner awakes to some strange noises in the night, and discovers his cat in an unusual place.
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A dense forest in Norway was the setting for a massive search for a lost teen. The 17-year-old called police to say he was lost in the forest and was frightened. Luckily a thermal imaging helicopter allowed for the cops to track him down after two hours of searching.
A Thanksgiving night house fire in Louisiana forced a police unit to save five children from the flames without protective gear. After some confusion and some minor injuries, the cops were able collect all five kids from the house and get them to safety. These officers are real heroes and their awesome actions were all caught on tape.
When 8,000 Chinese alligators were at risk of freezing, workers had to relocate the snappy bunch. One by one, the alligators were moved, by hand, to indoor pools where they would be safer throughout the colder months. They sure don't seem too appreciative of the help however.
When Pete of the AridersLife YouTube Channel went out for a cruise on his bike, he stumbled upon a young blue-tongued lizard. Noticing that the little guy had quite a few ticks attached to him, the rider decided to take him home to clean him up before he set him free.
A dolphin in Australia put itself in harm's way while swimming around a cray pot. This modern-day Flipper was stuck to the rope of the pot, which is illegal in the marine reserve waters that the animal was swimming in. A group of water skiers found the dolphin while training for a competition and set him free. The skiers reported the pot to wildlife officials, so that it would be removed from the waters. This vigilante dolphin may have saved the lives of several hundred crayfish and perhaps even others of his kind.
We're not sure why this adorable little kitty would want to climb to the top of a 50-foot roof, but once he got up there he definitely didn't want to attempt to get down. Luckily, the guys at SMART did what they always do, and saved the day... and the kitty.
Check out the incredible footage of a man being rescued from nearly 100 feet underwater where he was trapped... for almost three days! He survived in an air pocket that formed in the overturned ship that wrecked off the coast of Nigeria, and is the sole survivor.
Via Cottage Life, a baby raccoon was left behind by its mother after the family was returned to the wild, so the folks at Hope for Wildlife made sure it was adopted by a surrogate!
Here is footage from TMZ speaking with the friend of the "Fast and Furious" franchise actor, Paul Walker, who tragically died in a car crash Saturday afternoon. He was the passenger in a Porsche when the driver of the car lost control and hit a tree where the car caught fire. The driver was also killed and speed was mostly likely a factor in the accident that occurred just north of Los Angeles. Watch and listen as Walker's friend describes the scene as he and others tried to save Walker who was trapped in the flames of the wreck, which you can see here.
See TMZ's last footage of Walker, at LAX in September 2013.
A group of men saved a Siberian Husky from an icy ending in New York. The dog, Silver, was stuck halfway into an ice bed and the rescuers jumped into action while on a hunting trip. John, Bobby, Dominic, and Craig were able to free Silver and return him to his owner.
Two teenage boys got into some pretty serious trouble when their boat began taking on water while out in Currituck Sound, North Carolina. Looking for a way out of the water and onto higher ground, the boys climbed to the top of a navigation platform, where Coast Guard officials were eventually able to snatch them up.