Ryan Flanagan, CTVNews.ca with a report by Brandon Rove from CTV Toronto
Published Thursday, April 25, 2019, 21:57 PM EDT
The video shows a man walking down a narrow shelf six stories to rescue a cat that made his way to the balcony of his neighbor.
James Powell, who filmed the footage, lives across the street from a condom building in the Liberty Victoria district of Toronto where the rescue of high-risk strokes occurred.
He told CTV Toronto that he was thinking to tell the man to propose to think about what he was doing, but decided not to, because he was worried that he would scare him.
"There are so many things I wanted to say," he said.
In the video, a man sees himself climbing along the side of his balcony, walking along the balcony of his neighbor, catching the cat and returning to the balcony while holding the animal.
Police in Toronto say that man's actions were in no way criminal, even if they wanted to find him in a less dangerous way to return the cat.