A cat in Chicago has survived after jumping out of a fifth-floor window to escape an apartment fire. Chicago fire department personnel were taking a video of the exterior of the building as firefighters were extinguishing the blaze when a black cat appeared through billowing smoke at a broken window. The feline briefly tested the side of the building with its front paws, then jumped. The cat survived the leap uninjured

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By earmpy

22 thoughts on “Cat jumps from fifth-floor of burning Chicago building and survives unharmed”
  1. Ngl all the cats has abilities to jump so high and I'm jeles 😂😂😂😂but I still appreciate what we all have

  2. Please any update??
    Did they find him yet??
    That poor cat, he must be terrified because he's usually in indoor cat!!
    I feel so bad for his owners, they must be worried sick 🙁

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