Kitty was about 50 feet high and near the top of the tree. I installed my rope about 10 feet below her, and by the time I climbed up to her, she had come down to greet me there at that point. I did not see how she came down, but I soon learned that this little girl could not stand still. She readily made friends with me there, and I thought this was going to be an easy rescue. But before I knew it, she walked out the limb to my left and then came back and greeted me again. After a quick, unsuccessful attempt to get her to walk inside the carrier, she walked out the limb in front of me. From there she stepped onto a different limb and walked all the way out to the end. While I climbed up a little higher to get in a better position, she somehow got on the limb to my right and was now standing there watching me. I quickly pulled myself over to get closer to her, and she came down a bit to greet me again. I held the carrier up to her, and, after a minute of thinking about it, she walked inside. As I closed the door, I wondered if this carrier would be strong enough to contain all the energy inside this little girl, but she settled down and seemed to know that her tree torture was now over.