A cat named Boots climbed the 12-foot tree in the city of ferntree gully on April 27, but to get off it couldn't. Animal stuck among the branches and his owner, a little boy, failed to rescue him. Then his neighbor Susie Butler has announced a crowdfunding campaign, which raised funds to rescue the cat.
Butler decided to enlist the services of a professional when I realized that I will not be able to climb up a high tree. It is estimated that the services of a specialist animal rescue will cost 205 dollars. The money was collected at the site Gofundme.com over four hours. Funds donated 12 people.
Williamson, took out a Shoe out of a tree, said that for the first time in 30 years sees people raising money for animal rescue through crowdfunding. He made a 20-percent discount on its services and took over the work of 185 dollars.
The rescue cat was watched by the Australian media and users of social networks. Latest comments under the video, thanked Williamson for his work.