Firefighters, Police and Animal Control Rescue Trapped Kitten

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Photos, Steve Buckley


Animal control, firefighters, police and other emergency responders rescued a kitten from a storm drain in Bedminster, NJ Wednesday afternoon.

A neighborhood resident was on hand to document the rescue in the photos seen here.

Steve Buckley told the Star-Ledger that emergency responders came out and removed a heavy grate to make the rescue after the kitten was reported to have been heard crying out from a storm drain for two days.

Bedminster Animal Control, the Far Hills-Bedminster Fire Department, Bedminster Police and EMS responders all gathered on the scene.

The kitten fled down a drainpipe in response to the commotion, but was finally brought to safety.

The kitten was taken to a vet and will stay there for about a week. The little rescue will be available for adoption through Bedminster Animal Control.









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