Heartwarming Video Shows Rescued Kitten Being Given CPR By Firemen In Kedah

The rescue was done by PB Amirul and his friends in Sungai Petani, Kedah.

Cover image via Fire & Rescue Department of Malaysia/Facebook

When things seem to be going bad, Malaysians can always count on our firemen to bring some much-needed hope.

Take this video of a bomba performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a drowned kitten, for example.

Late Thursday night, 8 August, a freak storm swept through several northern states that lasted until the early hours of Friday, 9 August.

Following the storm, the Fire and Rescue Department of Malaysia shared a video of its men rescuing a drowned kitten in Sungai Petani, Kedah.

"PB Aimirul and his friends worked hard to save a kitten which was hanging on to its life after getting caught on the roof of a house in Taman Sutera Idaman 1/7, Jalan Batik, Sungai Petani, Kedah," the post read.

In the video, the bomba can be seen performing chest compressions with two fingers on the drenched white kitten

When it seemed that all hope was lost, the kitten began to meow weakly around 30 seconds into the video.

The firemen even applied some ointment on the kitten after performing CPR on it.

The kitten seemed to be in good health following its rescucitation, as it chased after the firemen, before being wrapped up in a towel

Thank you for your service to even the tiniest of Malaysians!

Watch the full video here.

Saving creatures both big and small is nothing new to Malaysia's firemen:

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