Firefighters perform CPR on cat saved from fire
Three cats were taken from the building to a veterinary hospital
NEW YORK — FDNY firefighters performed CPR on a cat they rescued from a burning building Sunday.
Two photos captured the moments in which two firefighters and then an officer administered oxygen to the cat.
Three cats were taken from the building to a veterinary hospital, the New York Daily News reported.
One of the cats died but it is not known if it was the cat shown in the pictures.
Sixty firefighters responded to the two-story building fire. One person suffered minor injuries.