Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. “But getting her safely freed was worth a dirty uniform! She came out looking bedraggled and dazed.”In other pet news, a smiling dog faced losing his new home after this adoption selfie alerted police. He ended up covered in soot but said it was worth itCredit:Liverpool Echo/Merseyside Police Merseyside Fire Service helped with the rescue Credit:Liverpool Echo/Merseyside Police A lucky kitten has been rescued after spending four days stuck inside the chimney of a Liverpool property.Lola got herself wedged 8ft up a chimney and was freed after a rescue operation between the RSPCA and Merseyside Fire Service. RSPCA Inspector Matt Brown managed to free cat LolaCredit:Liverpool Echo/Merseyside Police RSPCA Animal Welfare Officer Matt Brown, who got completely covered in soot during the rescue, said: “Lola had been trapped up there for four days.“It was a different sort of job that I am used to – it just goes to show how varied a day in the life of an RSPCA inspector can be. Her worried owner, who initially thought she had gone missing, contacted the RSPCA after hearing the kitten making noises inside the chimney.She had not long been adopted by her owner and, feeling timid in her new home, sought a place to hide – behind the fireplace, RSPCA official said.