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New York law enforcement officials intervened to rescue a kitten that was caught between a automotive engine and a firewall.
The second was documented by the Metropolis of Ramapo Police Division in Suffern, a hamlet situated in Rockland County.
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An unidentified caller reported the incident that befell close to Lackawanna Path on Thursday, Might 26, in response to a press announcement the division posted on Fb.
“Officers discovered the kitten trapped between the engine and the fireplace wall,” the submit mentioned. “Officers used a automotive jack and have been capable of get the kitten out.”
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Emergency personnel from the Ramapo Valley Ambulance Corps have been additionally on the scene with their pet medical package, the Metropolis of Ramapo Police Division wrote.
In a seven-part photograph gallery, the group of dispatched officers will be seen reaching into the hood of a silver automotive and checking its undercarriage.
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The photographs reveal that the trapped kitten has black and white fur with grey eyes. The furry animal was held shut by officers who got here to its rescue.
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The submit from the Metropolis of Ramapo Police Division goes on to say that the kitten was not injured.
Officer Christine Winter, who was on the scene, took the kitten in and gave her a endlessly residence.
Winter advised Fox Information Digital the kitten is 4 weeks outdated and named him Otto. He bonds along with his different cat, Ella, whom he additionally rescued.