Next Episode of Treetop Cat Rescue is
Every day in Western Washington State, wily felines scale massive trees only to find themselves stranded high off the ground. Skilled tree climbers Shaun Sears and Tom Otto are prepared to do whatever it takes to get these cats down and reunite them with their owners. Shaun and Tom, brothers-in-law and tree arborists, run Canopy Cat Rescue, a highly skilled, two-man operation trained to climb dangerously tall trees to save desperate, stranded cats. Over the past two years, they have rescued nearly 500 kitties from treetops as high as 165 feet. Hooked in with top climbing gear, Shaun and Tom face hazards ranging from buzzing beehives, dead branches and unpredictable weather. Each cat is different, and no two rescues are ever the same. Tom and Shaun must channel their inner kitty to coax the frightened felines out of potentially climbing higher.With determination and some "meow-meow talk", Tom and Shaun lure the cats to safety and reunite them with thankful and relieved owners. Working off donations only, Canopy Cat Rescue relies heavily on its social media network and other supporters to continue providing this service to the cat owners of the greater Seattle area.
Tom and Shaun visit Eatonville to get Mow Mow, a hostile repeat offender, down from yet another tree. In Seattle, Shaun rises to the challenge when he's called to rescue his first-ever deaf cat, Snow.
Tom must use his skill and experience to save Ruby from a dense evergreen hedge and reunite this not so friendly cat with her owner. While Shaun must race up a tree against a skittish cat, Fuzz, to prevent this sweet kitty from jumping.
Shaun flies from treetop to treetop in an attempt to rescue indoor cat, Simon; unpredictable, repeat offender Malcolm must be rescued once again.
Tom reunites Felix with his concerned family; Shaun brings a feral cat, Pepper, down from a huge rainstorm; Tom races to save overly friendly cat, Hanna, who is about to fall.
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