The RSPCA and fire service have rescued a stranded cat that was stuck up a tree in Mostyn, Holywell. 

The poor cat Willow was left scared and cold when she was unable to get down.

The cat was reported to have been stuck up the tree for over 48 hours!

However, luckily for her, the fire service and RSPCA made sure she made it down safely.

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An RSPCA spokesperson said: "Access was tricky - but using an RSPCA cat grasper taped to a rescue and reach pole - Willow was reunited with her owner.

"Willow was very pleased not to be spending another night in freezing temperatures with an empty tummy.

"We'd like to thank North Wales Fire and Rescue Service / Gwasanaeth Tân ac Achub Gogledd Cymru for their expertise and continued partnership working."

The fire and rescue service received a call from the RSPCA to assist with the incident at 16.12 on March 8. 

A spokesperson from North Wales Fire and Rescue said: "We were told the cat had been stuck for 48 hours and the cat was rescued using a 9 metre ladder and a pole from the RSPCA.

"The incident was under control by 18.19."

North Wales Fire and Rescue Service recommend that those needing assistance with small animals contact RSPCA in the first instance.