Molly, the cat who was trapped for 2 weeks inside a 19th century building in New York, was finally found and freed!
Rescuers finally drilled a hole in the wall of the 157-year-old landmarked building on Hudson Street where the elusive feline was trapped. Earlier Friday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission gave rescuers permission to do whatever necessary to free the cat, despite the building's 157-year-old history.
More than 40 Animal Care and Control workers spent days trying to lure the little black kitten out of her hiding spot using everything from fresh fish to new age music, while dozens of camera crews from all over the country looked on. Molly had sought refuge from a dog in the wall 14 days before.