Treetop Cat Rescue
Siamese cat Felix is super happy to come down after being stuck up in a tree.
Friendly Felix is Crying for a Rescue
Shaun has come out to rescue Malcolm twice before without great success, and it looks like this third time might be a bust as well.
Repeat Offender Malcolm Doesn't Want to be Rescued
Tom and Shaun rely on word of mouth to let people know what they do, so events like these are imperative to the success of their work.
Exclusive: Tom and Shaun Visit a Mobile Pet Rescue
Shaun and Tom have been called out to rescue a neighborhood tabby stuck in a tree. But it turns out that Mochi is a quick study in figuring how to get down all by herself.
Mochi the Daredevil Gets a Tree-Climbing Lesson
Ever wonder how those cats get stuck in trees? Tom Otto fills us in.
Why Do So Many Cats Get Stuck in Washington State?
Tom explains why cats get up into trees, but often can't get down on their own.
Tom Answers Why Some Cats Can't Get Down on Their Own
Tom tries to remember his first rescue and dives into the details about how Canopy Cat Rescue got its start.
Tom Talks About Canopy Cat Rescue's Start
After a dog likely chased this cat into a tree, Shaun must figure out how to get him down. The tree is not in a great spot, so Shaun must be creative in his approach.
Exclusive: The Power of Social Media Reunites Tucker with His Owner
Shaun has to put on special protective gloves before trying to get Cake down from this tree. Why? Cake isn't too happy to see him, even though he's rescuing her.
This Rescue is No Piece of Cake
Indoor cat Pantera wanted to be like her big sister, who happens to be an outdoor cat. The problem? Pantera has quickly found out that she may not be as good at tree-climbing as she thought.
Exclusive: Pantera Gets into Some Trouble
Tom and Shaun show you what's inside their toolkit in this exclusive video.
Exclusive: Tom and Shaun's Tool Kit
When you've rescued nearly 400 cats, you might have trouble remembering your favorite - but this rescue stood out to Tom.
Tom Otto's Most Memorable Rescue
Learn about some of the different kinds of meows and purrs you might hear on an episode of Treetop Cat Rescue
Cat Talk with Tom Otto
Tom thinks he has an easy rescue on his hands when Indy acts sweet and responds to chin scratchies, but he's quickly reminded that cats can be skittish when strangers are around.
From Purring to Claw-Scratching in 60 Seconds Flat
Tom and Shaun are on a mission to get down this repeat offender, who seems to have a particular affection for Shaun.
Repeat Offender Tigger Wants Chin Nuzzles
In a treetop rescue, an apparently docile cat goes into freak out mode as it's about to be rescued from our intrepid climber.
Extended Sneak: Cat Rescue Gets Hairy When Docile Cat Attacks