Firefighters rescued two cats buried in the rubble of two towns destroyed by an earthquake two weeks ago. http://www.vigilfuoco.tv/news/ http://www.vigilfuoco.tv/news/ On Friday, a cat called Pietro was rescued from the wreckage of Amatrice, 15 days after the earthquake that destroyed the town. Vigili del Fuoco @emergenzavvf Eccezionale #TerremotoItalia: gatto estratto vivo dalle macerie dai #vigilidelfuoco dopo 15 giorni 12:28 PM - 08 Sep 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Vigili del Fuoco / Via vigilfuoco.tv Pietro was found after his owners insisted firefighters search the rubble of their home for him. Vigili del Fuoco / Via vigilfuoco.tv He was taken to a vet clinic in bad shape but is expected to make a full recovery, PanoramaTV reported. It is believed Pietro survived by drinking rain water dripping through the debris. Vigili del Fuoco / Via vigilfuoco.tv And then a day earlier, another cat was pulled from the rubble in the town of Accumuli after being buried for 14 days. Vigili del Fuoco @emergenzavvf #TerremotoItalia, #7vite #gatti: nuovo eccezionale salvataggio #vigilidelfuoco ieri ad Illica di #Accumuli 11:51 AM - 09 Sep 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Vigili del Fuoco / Via vigilfuoco.tv In the video, firefighters can be heard asking the cat to "come here" as it meows from a hole in the wreckage. Vigili del Fuoco The cat was eventually pulled free and put in a box with some food. It is unknown who the cat belonged to. Firefighters in the video say there are lots of holes between the rubble for animals to survive in. Vigili del Fuoco / Via vigilfuoco.tv Dozens of pets have been rescued since the devastating earthquake destroyed several towns and killed at least 291 people on August 24. Vigili del Fuoco @emergenzavvf #terremotoitalia, #vigilidelfuoco salvano un #gattino dopo 5 giorni dalle macerie di #amatrice 03:15 PM - 29 Aug 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Vigili del Fuoco / Via vigilfuoco.tv Gioia, which means joy, was rescued on August 29, five days after the quake. Vigili del Fuoco / Via vigilfuoco.tv She was taken to a veterinarian before being returned to her elated owner, PanoramaTV reported. Feel better soon little kitties, we are so happy you are safe.