He was discovered by a concerned homeowner who heard noises coming from the wall and decided to call the RSPCA.
The adult tabby cat was trapped in a tiny six-inch gap between the walls and animal collection officer Nick Jonas was unable to reach him.
Essex County Fire and Rescue service had to demolish the wall to save the scared animal.
“I have no idea how this curious cat got himself wedged so tightly but he was certainly very relieved to get out!” said Nick.
“Cats are naturally inquisitive creatures so we do get all sorts of calls where they have gotten into trouble.”
Firefighters rescued him on Sunday, 7 April.
He was reunited with his owner two days later after a brief stay at RSPCA Harmsworth hospital.Tags: Grays, Thurrock
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