Pearland Animal Services and Pearland Fire Department rescue kitten trapped in storm drain in Chick-fil-A drive-thru!

Pearland, Texas (KTRK) – Animal services were called when a staff member at Pearland heard a cat asking for help.

A Chick-fil-A employee of 1512 Broadway said they could see and hear the cat, even though the cat was scared and out of reach.

The cat was frightened and trapped in the rainwater drain.

That was when Pearland Animal Services and Pearland Fire Department set up a cage to enclose the cat, so it could be safely taken out of the rainwater drain.

Officers had the idea to pull a YouTube video of a mother cat calling her kittens, and the cat immediately responded to the mother cat’s voice.

Piper followed the sound and entered the cage that had been set up to rescue her.

Piper was healthy and is now at the Berland Animal Shelter and will be available for adoption soon.

If you are interested in adopting a new furry friend, you can visit Piper and Her Friends at Pearland Animal Services, located at 2002 Old Alvin Road, or call (281) 652-1970 for more information.

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