WATCH: Cat jumps from 5th floor of burning building, bounces on grass, walks away

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Cat leaps from burning building -- don't worry, it's okay. Photo credit Chicago Fire Media
By , WBBM Newsradio 780 AM & 105.9 FM

(WBBM NEWSRADIO) — A cat leapt five stories from a burning Chicago building Thursday and landed with bounce, apparently unharmed, on a patch of grass below.

Chicago Fire Department spokesperson Larry Langford described the black feline as resembling a “flying squirrel” as it gracefully dove through the air, possibly using one of its nine lives in the process.

Watch the video below and wait for it!

Chicago Fire Media posted stunning video of the cat’s escape, on Twitter. People could be heard screaming as the animal sails through the air.

“One cat jumped from window and survived,” Chicago Fire Media reported stoically on social media.

The still and box blaze occurred at 65th and Lowe around 3 p.m. The fire was extinguished, and no injuries (to humans) were reported.

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Cat lands safely from burning building Photo credit Chicago Fire Media

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