The lucky cat was rescued from the rubble alive 102 hours after the earthquake hit in the city of Izmir, according to national newspaper TRT Haber.
In the clip, a trio of rescue workers wearing hardhats work at the mound of rubble in an effort to free the trapped kitty.
One holds a torch up so his companion can see where he is digging.
The cat is then lifted out with a pole and a noose, looking shellshocked as it thrashes through the air.
Quickly, they lower the animal onto the ground and restrain it in a less painful way.
The cat was taken for treatment at a veterinary centre, according to national newspaper Hurriyet.
Another clip shows a tortoiseshell feline being dug out from under a slab of concrete, using her own paws to help as rescue workers carefully excavate the rubble surrounding her trapped body.
Tragically, the latest update has confirmed 112 people have died in Turkey and dozens remain missing in the wake of the disaster.
Two teenagers also lost their lives on the Greek island of Samu.
It has been almost five days since the killer earthquake struck, but the search continues for survivors among the debris of collapsed apartment blocks.
Rıza Bey Apartment is the focus of a huge rescue mission as workers continue to dig through the rubble in search of victims.
This comes after a three-year-old girl was rescued in the city after spending four days trapped underground and pinned down next to a dishwasher.