This is the story of a Hamster named Kitten who was blown out of the house and killed by an explosion on her way to the vet after she was taken into custody.
A witness to the incident described how she heard the explosion just after midnight local time.
The witness told a local news channel that she heard “a big bang and thought something was wrong”.
“The next thing I know I see a big explosion and then there is a huge fireball,” she said.
“I ran to my house and saw that a kitten was gone.”
Kitten is now in the care of a vet, who has confirmed that the kitten was not hurt in the explosion.
Kitten was not the only pet killed in the house explosion, reports the BBC.
Kitty was also caught up in a fire that destroyed a house in the town of Tjibbele.
Kittens are usually kept in a separate cage, and are kept in cages that have been designed to make them very comfortable and safe, and provide them with plenty of natural sunlight.
“We would have loved to have seen more of the kittens, as they are very friendly animals and a lot of them are quite playful,” the vet, said.
“It’s not uncommon for people to have cats, dogs, ferrets and a variety of other animals, but we don’t have a problem with these animals living together.”
“In some countries, such as Australia, a pet can be euthanised at the scene if it becomes too aggressive.”