The playful kitten found itself in a predicament when it got its head stuck in the handle of a garden tool.
Poor Parsol got his head stuck in a hole made for…a parsley!
The adorable cat, now aptly named Parsol, was heard playfully meowing by a passerby who then went to investigate the frantic noises.
They found the poor thing wedged in a narrow garden in Lewisham, London, where it had managed to squeeze its tiny head.
The RSPCA was soon called, although they were unsure how long the seven-week-old tabby was stuck before they came to the rescue.
By the time they arrived, the terrified feline was so distressed that they had to consult a vet from nearby Celia Hammond Animal Trust to sedate him.
The RSPCA immediately responded to remove the planks of wood from the table and free the tiny kitten.
The Celia Hammond Animal Trust center is now caring for Parsol [SWNS].
The poor little thing was completely stuck and struggling to free himself.
RSPCA Inspector Nick Wheelhouse said, “A member of the public heard a young cat’s cry and upon investigation found the kitten with his head stuck in the parasol hole of a wooden table.
“The poor little thing was completely stuck and struggling to free himself.”