Firefighters rescue 6 cats and kittens from apartment fire

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St. Louis firefighter Paul Clark holds a kitten as EMS personnel administer oxygen during a first alarm fire in an apartment building in St Louis on September 26, 2014. Firefighter Addington Stewart Jr. is in the background holding another cat waiting for oxygen
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St. Louis, Missouri firefighters rescued 6 cats and kittens from an apartment fire Friday morning and treated some of them with oxygen at the scene.

Firefighters responding to the blaze at a Central West End, St. Louis apartment building Monday morning first made sure no personswere trapped inside, then did a sweep looking for pets and brought out 6 cats and kittens and treated at least two – one kitten and one cat – with a pet oxygen mask at the scene.

 

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Homeowner Monteze Dennis tries to comfort his cat as St. Louis Fire Department paramedic Ryan Novak tries to place a cat mask on his face to administer oxygen during a first alarm fire in an apartment building in St Louis on September 26, 2014. A total of six cats were retrieved from the fire.
Photo, BILL GREENBLATT/UPI

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