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Jaffa rescued again from a chimney in Park Close, Lyndhurst
Jaffa rescued again from a chimney in Park Close, Lyndhurst

A CAT needed to be rescued by firefighters after becoming stranded on the roof of a Lyndhurst home for the second time in weeks.

The alarm was raised around 12.45pm on Saturday, with reports ginger tom Jaffa had been stuck on top of the chimney of the property in Park Close for the past two days.

Responding with a local fire crew, animal rescue specialist Jim Green scaled a ladder to reach the chimney.

He carefully coaxed Jaffa into a carry cage in which he was brought safely down.

The successful rescue operation took nearly two hours, and an RSPCA team also attended.

A video of Jaffa being removed from the chimney was posted on the Lyndhurst fire station Twitter page, with an assurance he was none the worse for his ordeal.

“Jaffa was happy to be rescued and a little thirsty after, but bright as a button,” the tweet said.

As reported in the A&T, Jaffa had to be brought down from the same chimney in April during a two-hour rescue operation.

It was carried out by firefighters from Lymington, supervised by the RSPCA.

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