Two kittens were somehow trapped behind a wall in a house in Seminole County, Florida. The homeowners called the sheriff’s department for help, and a caring deputy managed to rescue the kittens from a certain death.
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Kittens mysteriously trapped in wall rescued by kind sheriff’s deputy  

The homeowners called authorities on May 20 after hearing a strange noise coming from inside a wall.

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The couple decided to cut a hole into the wall to investigate and found two kittens stuck inside, deputies said.

Deputy Nick Stewart carefully reached into the wall and pulled the kittens to safety.

The homeowners, who don't own a cat, said they were surprised to find the felines.

They said they believe the mother gave birth to the kittens in their attic and that the felines somehow fell between the studs and the drywall and became trapped behind the wall.

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