ON AIR DAVE GOULDEN

James Blunt: Bonfire HeartiTunes

Wessex FM News

Contact the News Team:
Tel: 01305 250333

Blacky The Cat Uses One Of His 9 Lives

Blacky The Cat


8:34am 26th September 2016

A Weymouth cat has had a lucky escape.

Fire crews were called out on Friday when 'Blacky' got stuck 13ft down a Gully in Spinnaker View.

Firefighters were able to get to him via the underground car park.

Wessex FM is pleased to report that he's safe and well - but may have used up one of his 9 lives.



Contact Us

If you would like to submit a query or provide more information on this story please get in touch below.

Please wait...
  • Up to 3 JPG or PNG images, 2MB max size
  • We will always endeavour to credit you when we publish your pictures.
  • By uploading you are agreeing to this non-exclusive reuse, royalty-free, across all Wessex FM platforms, which extends to our partner broadcasters.
  • You retain copyright to all images.
  • If you would like to send us a video, please upload to YouTube or similar and paste the video URL into the message above.

Sign up for the latest local news direct to your inbox


dorset business directory

Book Wessex FM's Big Night Out

Book Wessex FM's Big Night Out

Discos, quizzes, and race nights!

New Car Stickers

New Car Stickers

Grab your new localised stickers today!

Dorset Webcams

Dorset Webcams

Take a look around our beautiful county

Advertising

Advertising

Find out how to grow your business with us

island community action

Trending in Dorset

No responses to consultation over children with additional needs

Dorset Councillors will be asked today to look at proposals - which no members of the public commented on.

Man killed in weekend crash near Bere Regis named

The family are paying tribute to 49-year-old David Grant-Jones.

Fundraising walk for children's cancer charity

Dawn Hunter lost her daughter to Leukemia and is raising money for The Little Princess Trust.

Pensioner left with life changing injuries after Purbeck crash

Police say people stood at a bus stop could be key witnesses.

More patients take part in research at DCH

1,300 people were recruited for studies last year.

More news...