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Get meowt of here .. I'm starving.

DEXTER the cat was not a-meow-sed after spending two-and-a-half weeks bricked up inside the foundations of a new house.

His owner Rosy Clark, 26, went missing and she had lost hope of finding him alive. Then, while sitting in the garden of her home in Kingsteignton, Devon, she heard the meows.

Rosy said: "It sounded like it was coming from the newly built house next door."

She called house developers Baker Estates, who helped remove the bricks and tempt Dexter out with food.

Rosy said: "When he appeared, I burst into tears. I never thought I'd see him again. I have no idea how he survived."

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RESCUE Rosy

FELINE FINE Dexter has survived ordeal unscathed. Pic: SWNS.com

RUBBLE MAKER Bricks are removed to free Dexter

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Date:Jul 24, 2018
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