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Was brought back to life: a drowned kitten found on a roof in Sungai Petani, a city in northwest Kedah, Malaysia, was resuscitated by a firefighter performing chest compressions

Heart-warming moment that a firefighter uses CPR to revive a small kitten that has drowned during a typhoon on a flooded roof

  • A firefighter known as Amirul lovingly gave a lifeless katkascompressions
  • The pet was detained during Typhoon Lekima in a city in western Kedah, Malaysia
  • After 40 seconds, the kitten meows, wrapped in a blanket and removed
  • Lekima has seen 33 people killed and 16 missing, this was reported Monday
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A cute kitten who drowned on a roof during a Malaysian typhoon survived after a firefighter gave the heart massage.

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The tearing video shows the fluffy kitten being lifted from a pink towel by a firefighter known as Amirul in Sungai Petani, a city in northwest Kedah, Malaysia.

Amirul, who works at the Sungai Petani Fire and Rescue Station, is starting to gently perform CPR on the lifeless body of the animal and people can hear mumbling behind the camera as he tries to bring the cat back to life.

Was brought back to life: a drowned kitten found on a roof in Sungai Petani, a city in northwest Kedah, Malaysia, was resuscitated by a firefighter performing chest compressions

Was brought back to life: a drowned kitten found on a roof in Sungai Petani, a city in northwest Kedah, Malaysia, was resuscitated by a firefighter performing chest compressions

After the cat is laid on a pink towel, the fire department starts resuscitating

After the cat is laid on a pink towel, the fire department starts resuscitating

The speckled cat appears perky and has its mind back after the compressions - and is then wrapped back in the towel
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The speckled cat appears perky and has its mind back after the compressions - and is then wrapped back in the towel

Merciful firefighters gather to save the little animal and after 40 seconds it is filmed while taking a walk and getting used to its surroundings. The fireman, known as Amirul, can be heard cheerfully laughing as he hears the cat meowing for the first time

The wonderful moment when the cat lets its first meow and the fire staff bursts with joy. They warmly welcome and pet the animal

The wonderful moment when the cat lets its first meow and the fire staff bursts with joy. They warmly welcome and pet the animal

The wonderful moment when the cat lets its first meow and the fire staff bursts with joy. They warmly welcome and pet the animal

He continues to hold the cat in his hand and use the others to resuscitate him.

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After only 40 seconds small spiders can be heard from the cute cat's mouth, but the fireman keeps pressing on his chest until the meows are bolder and he can confirm that the cat is okay.

The black-and-white speckled cat got stuck after Typhoon Lekima hit the region last week – a natural disaster in which 33 people were killed and 16 missing, this was reported Monday. It tore through Kuala Lumpur's capital, Kuala Lumpur, before storming through the eastern provinces of Zhejiang, Shandong, and Jiangsu in China and south of the shores of Shanghai.

Lekima has been relegated from a super typhoon to a typhoon while it drove north inland (photo: the typhoon route)

Lekima has been relegated from a super typhoon to a typhoon while it drove north inland (photo: the typhoon route)

Lekima has been relegated from a super typhoon to a typhoon while it drove north inland (photo: the typhoon route)

The devastation caused by the typhoon is growing: Thirty-three people were killed and 16 missing during the natural disaster that hit Malaysia, reports report on Monday. Buildings have been destroyed and evacuations made throughout the country

The devastation caused by the typhoon is growing: Thirty-three people were killed and 16 missing during the natural disaster that hit Malaysia, reports report on Monday. Buildings have been destroyed and evacuations made throughout the country

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The devastation caused by the typhoon is growing: Thirty-three people were killed and 16 missing during the natural disaster that hit Malaysia, reports report on Monday. Buildings have been destroyed and evacuations made throughout the country

Later in the images, Amirul comes into the picture and caresses the cat adoring and beaming with joy – reaching out to others to pet.

He checks whether his back is stable before placing it back on the towel.

Amirul lays the kitten on the floor and it is seen tip-toeing after a complete recovery.

At the end of the video, the cat is wrapped in a blanket before being taken. There are no further updates about the condition of the kitten or about the reunification with the owner.

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