Cat Found Alive After Deadly Zaporizhzhia Rocket Strike

A kitten was found alive two days after a deadly Russian rocket strike on a residential building in the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia, footage released by Ukraine’s State Emergency Service (SES) on March 4 shows.

According to the SES, the strike killed at least 11 people and the cat, named Lisa, was found frightened but uninjured.

On the same day, the bodies of four people, including a child, were found in the rubble of the building, bringing the total number of dead to 11, the SES said.

A further 11 people were rescued, along with four cats and a dog, they said.

This footage shows rescuers carrying Lisa from an apartment and handing her to her owner. Credit: SES of Ukraine via Storyful